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In February, 1865, just after he had retired from busi- 
ness and when he was fifty-two years old, Mr. Deane wrote 
a brief sketch of the earlier part of his life, and brought the 
narrative down to a time when he had already formed those 
acquaintances which caused a good part of the enjoyments at- 
tending his less active but riper years. 

*' I was born in Biddeford, in the State of Maine, on the Saco River, Nov. 
10, 181 3. My father, Dr. Ezra Deane, was descended from Walter Deane, 
who with his brother John came from Chard, near Taunton in England, and 
settled in Taunton, Massachusetts, then in Plymouth Colony. My father was 
bom in Connecticut, and after getting his profession of a physician, he re- 
moved to Maine, and lived in different places before he settled in Biddeford. 
When old enough I went to the public school at Biddeford. For a few quar- 
ters I went to the Saco Academy. I also attended a classical school kept by 
Phineas Pratt, formerly preceptor of the academy. When not yet sixteen 
years of age I went to Kennebunkport to live with my mother's brother, Silas 
Moody, who kept there a shop, with such variety of merchandise as is usual in 
* Country Stores.' It was my duty to open the store in the morning, sweep it 
out, make the fire when needed, and attend on customers, as I was able. The 


preaching on Sunday was during my stay there a part of the time at the old 
meeting-house where my grandfather once preached, and a part of the time 
at the meeting-house in the village. They were two miles apart. The preach- 
ing was orthodox, and my uncle and aunts were of that persuasion. I remained 
in Kennebunkport about a year and a half, and then I went into the store of 
Mr. Joseph M. Hayes, of Saco (on Cutts or Factory Island). I was expected 
to sleep in the store with the older clerk, and to take my meals at Mr. Hayes's 
house very near the store. I had duties to perform similar to those in my 
uncle's store, but I had harder work. Saco was a flourishing place, and the 
York Company's establishment there gave us a good deal of business. I had 
the privilege of spending Sundays at my father's house and of going to church 
with the family. I served Mr. Hayes two years, and with letters of introduc- 
tion from my employer, I visited Boston and New York, in the spring of 1833, 
with a view to finding a situation. I had a letter to Messrs. Waterston, Pray, 
& Co. of Boston, into whose employ I finally agreed to go ; and entered their 
store, August 23, 1833, as a salesman. I was then over nineteen years of age. 
My situation was a pleasant one, and I believe I commended myself to my 
employers. My agreement for salary was two hundred dollars a year until I 
should be twenty-one. On arriving at that age I agreed again with them for 
three years. In 1840 I was advertised a partner in the house of Waterston, 
Pray & Co., and the next year was married to Mr. Waterston 's eldest daughter. 

** Soon after this I began to add to my slender stock of books. I 
date my love and taste for books and reading, in American history especially, 
from a summer spent in 1S43 at Hingham. I found I did not know the dis- 
tinction between the Old Colony and the Massachusetts Colony, and I desired 
to inform myself ; and soon after I began reading about our early history. I 
found at Bumham's book-shop a copy of Morton's * New England's Mem- 
orial,' edition of 1721. I bought it and read it. I also bought Young's 
* Chronicles of the Pilgrims,' which was published a few years before (1841). I 
also read Allen's' American Biography,' the first edition, 1806. I soon after 
became acquainted with Dr. Alexander Young and Edward A. Crowninshield, 
who were much interested in these early books, and their acquaintance gave 
me new zest for the buying of books. I also becanie acquainted with Mr. 
Henry Stevens of Vermont, who soon afterwards went to London, where he 
has acted as agent for American book-buyers. He has sent me a great many 
volumes, though few compared with what he has sent to other purchasers, like 
Mr. Brown of Providence, and Mr. Lenox of New York. My acquaintance 
also with my friend George Livermore has formed a pleasant circumstance in 
my life. 

** Before becoming so much interested in New England history, I had 
been a good deal occupied with the study of mental philosophy, or that part of 
it which relates to the freedom of the will, and I had bought and read a good 
many books on the subject. I had felt deeply that the necessitarians had the 
best of the arguments. I used as I had the opportunity to converse with my 
father on these themes. He was a believer in philosophical necessity. 


** t wrote occasionally for the newspapers, and intended to preserve 
such communications for future reference, and indeed have for the most part 
done so. 

" For the past ten years (now February, 1865) I have had considerable to 
do in connection with the volumes of the Historical Society." 

Here the brief sketch ends. 

Mr. Deane*s business career was a successful one; and 
when he left his mercantile connections, he did so with the 
satisfaction of having passed through his commercial experi- 
ence with credit and an untarnished name. 

Mr. Deane's studies early made him familiar with the as- 
pects of those beginnings of our American history which are 
associated with the banks of the James, in Virginia, and im- 
parted also so much of interest to the diversified shores of 
New England ; and his love of this history never ceased. It 
is not easy to say whether, in the estimation of scholars, he 
identified himself more with the problems of the opening years 
of the Plymouth than of the Virginia Colony. He naturally 
turned in the first instance to the oldest of the New England 
settlements; and the scrap-book which contains his early news- 
paper communications shows a great preponderance of interest 
in the Pilgrim story. 

The reputation which Mr. Deane has left behind him is 
that of an historical scholar almost peerless among his Ameri- 
can contemporaries, if we separate this condition from that of 
a writer. He has not associated his name with any great, 
long-sustained piece of historical writing, but he has raised as 
a monument of his labors the image of an untiring investi- 
gator, a conscientious painstaker in research, and an exemplar 
for judicial fairness. 

Harvard College conferred upon Mr. Deane the degree 
of Master of Arts in 1856; and when the University cele- 
brated its two hundred and fiftieth anniversary in 1886, and 


Representative men from all parts of the country were called 
to her festival to receive honor at her hands, Mr. Deane stood 
up before the assembly, and received from President Eliot the 
designation of ''antiquary and historian, a master among 
students of American history," while he was made a Doctor 
of Laws. Bowdoin had conferred the same degree upon him 
in 1871, 

He died on the 13th of November, 1889, having just com- 
pleted his seventy-sixth year. 

He was elected member of the Massachusetts Historical 
Society in 1849, ^^^^ of ^he New England Historic Genealogical 
Society, 1845; Rhode Island Historical Society, 1847; New 
York Historical Society, 1852; Newport Historical Society, 
1854; Wisconsin Historical Society, 1856; Historical Society 
of Delaware; Long Island Historical Society, 1868; Maine 
Historical Society, 1870; Virginia Historical Society, 1881; 
Essex Institute, 1887; American Historical Association, 1884; 
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1866; London So- 
ciety of Antiquaries, 1878; American Antiquarian Society, 
1851; Northwestern Literary and Historical Society, Webster 
Historical Society, Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of 
Philadelphia, Harvard Historical Association, etc. 



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Eleazar Wheelock. pp.25. 4** paper, uncut. Bost., 1765 

986 Dartmouth College. Appendix to the former narrative 

of the Indian Charity-School in Lebanon, Connecticut, 

New England, etc. By Eleazar Wheelock, pp. 49-64. 

8° paper. 

Probably an appendix to a second ed. of a London reprint of 1766. 

987 Dartmouth College. A Continuation of the Narrative, 
• etc., with an appendix, 79-145, containing the Declara- 
tion of the Trustees of that charity; a list of the names 
of the subscribers; an account of monies received and 
paid, etc. By Eleazar Wheelock. pp. 73 and appendix, 
together 145 pp. 8° boards. London, 1769 

988 Dartmouth College. A Continuation of the Narrative, 

etc., from the year 1768 to the incorporation of it with 
Dartmouth College, and removal and settlement in 
Hanover, in the Province of New Hampshire, 177 1, by 
Eleazar Wheelock. pp. 61. 8° paper, uncut. 

Hartford, 1771 

989 Dartmouth College. A Continuation of the Narrative, 

etc., (from May 6, 177 r, to Sept. 10, 1772), by 
Eleazar Wheelock. pp. 40. 8° paper, uncut. 

New Hampshire, 1773 

990 Dartmouth College, A Continuation of the Narrative, 

etc. (from Sept. 26, 1772, to Sept. 26, 1773), ^Y Eleazar 
Wheelock. Appendix containing an abstract of a mis- 
sion to the Delaware Indians, west of Ohio, by Rev. D. 
McClure and L. Frisbie. pp. 6S. S^ paper, uncut. 

Hartford, 1773 


991 Dartmouth College. A Continuation of the Narrative, 
•etc., from Sept. 26, 1773 to Feb. 20, 1775, ^*^^ ^ dedi- 
cation to the Honorable Trust in London. Added, an 
account of missions the last year, etc., by Eleazar 
Wheelock. 4'' paper, uncut edges. Hartford, 1775 

992 Dartmouth College. Sketches of the History of, and of 

Moors* Charity School, with a particular account of 
some late remarkable proceedings of the Board of Trus- 
tees from the year 1779 to 1815. pp. 88. N. p. n. d. 

993 Daubign^, J. H. M. History of the Reformation of the 

Sixteenth Century. Portrait. 5 vols. 12° cloth. 

New York. 

994 Davenport, A. B. History and Genealogy of the Daven- 

port Family in England and America, from 1086 to 
1850. pp. 398. Portrait. 12° cloth. New York, 1851 

995 [Davenport, Daniel.] The Sexton's Monitor, and Dor- 

chester Cemetery Memorial, pp. ^6. Second ed. 12*' 
half morocco. Boston, 1838 

996 Davenport, John. (Pastor at New Haven.) Profession 

of the Faith of that Reverend and worthy Divine, Mr. 
J. D. made publiquely before the congregation at his 
admission into one of the churches of God in New 
England. pp. 80. Small 4° half crimson morocco. 
(Lower edge mended.) London, 1642 

997 Davenport. The Power of Congregational Churches as- 

serted and vindicated, in answer to a treatise of Mj. J. 
Paget, pp. 163. 16° calf, gilt. London, 1672 

998 Davidson and Stuv^. A Complete History of Illinois, 

from 1673 to 1873. pp. 944, 9. Royal 8° half roan, 
uncut, gilt top. Springfield, 1876 

999 Davidson. Life of William Davidson, Secretary of State 

and Privy Counsellor to Queen Elizabeth. By N. H. 
Nicolas. Fac-similes. 8° half calf, gilt. London, 1823 

1000 [Da VIES, James.] The History of his Sacred Majesty 
Charles the IL pp. 236. Portrait. 18** sheep. 

London, 1660 

looi Davies, John. The History of the Caribby Islands, viz., 
Barbados, St. Christophers, St. Vincents, Martinico, 
Dominico, etc., with a Caribbian Vocabulary. Ren- 
dered into English by John Davies. Plates, pp. 351. 
Folio, full light sprinkled calf, gilt, extra, yellow edges. 

London, 1666 

1002 Davis, A. Lecture on the Antiquities of Central Amer- 
ica and on the Discovery of New England by the North- 
men. Sixth ed. pp. 24. 8** half roan. New York, 1840 


1003 Davis, Andrew McFarland. Indian Games, 1886; — 

Few Additional Notes concerning Indian Games, 1887; 

— Historical Study of Law's-System, 1887; — First 
Scholarship at Harvard College, 1888; — The Cam- 
bridge Press, 1888; — Site of the First College Build- 
ing at Cambridge, 1889; — Colony of Nox. 7 pam- 

1004 [IDatliBt Jfolflt.] The Seaman's Secrets, divided into 

two parts, wherein is taught the three kinds of Sayling, 
Horizontally Paradoxall and Sayling upon a great Cir- 
cle. Block tftttttt with movable diagrams. 4° half 
morocco, gilt. London, 1626 

1005 Davis, John. Travels of Four Years and a Half in the 

United States of America, durmg 1 798-1 802. pp. 454. 
8^ half sheep. London, 1803 

1006 Davis. The First Settlers of Virginia, an Historical 

Novel, exhibiting a View of the Rise and Progress of 
the Colony at James Town. Second ed. pp. 284. 
Cuts by Tanner. 12** crimson levant morocco extra, 
uncut edges. New York, 1806 

1007 Davis, William. An Olio of Bibliographical and Lit- 

erary Anecdotes and Memoranda, pp. 126. 12^ half 
roan. London, 18 14 

1008 Dawes, Thomas, Jun. An Oration delivered March 5, 

1781, to commemorate the Bloody Tragedy of the Fifth 
of March, 1770. pp. 23. 4** half morocco, (stained). 

Boston, 1781 

1009 Dawkins, VV. B. Cave Hunting: Researches on the 

Evidence of Caves respecting the early Inhabitants of 
Europe, pp. 455. Illustrations. 8° cloth, uncut. 

London, 1874 

loio Dawson, Henry B. Major-General Israel Putnam. A 
correspondence on this subject, with the editor of the 
»* Hartford Daily Post." pp. 169, i860 ; — The Assault 
on Stony Point, pp. 156, 1863; — Westchester County, 
New York, during the American Revolution. Portrait 
and map. pp. 281. 3 vols, imperial 8** paper, uncut. 

Morrisania and New York. 

loii Dawson. Correspondence between John Jay and Henry 
B. Dawson concerning the Federalist, pp. 48, 1864; 

— Mr. Jay's Second Letter on Dawson's Introduction 
to the Federalist, pp. 62, 1864. 2 pamphlets. 

1012 [Dayrell, John.] A Treatise of the Church, written 
against them of the Separation, commonly called 
Brownists. pp. 266. Small 4° parchment. 

London, 161 7 


1013 Dean, John Ward. The New England Bibliopolist, con- 

taining the **Book Notices" in the N. E. Hist, and 
Gen. Register. Nos. i to 12, old series, and volumes 
1 to 4, new series. 5 vols. 8° parts, uncut, (lacks last 
number). Boston, 1876-87 

1014 Dean. Story of the Embarkation of Cromwell and his 

Friends for New England, 1866; — Brief Memoir of 
Rev. Giles Firmin, 1866; — Sketch of the Life of John 
H. Sheppard, 1873; — Brief History of the New Eng- 
land Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-76; — 
Descendants of Thomas Deane of Massachusetts and 
New Hampshire, 1883; — Memoir of Col. Joseph L. 
Chester, 1884. 6 pamphlets privately printed. Boston. 

1015 Deane, Charles. *The First Plymouth Patent. Printed 

on Antique Paper. Royal 4** cloth. Cambridge, 1854 
Only i copy so issued. 

1016 Deane. The same. Printed on Parchment. Royal 4** 

cloth. Cambridge, 1854 

Only 4 copies so issued. 

This volume is one of an edition of four copies of the First 
Work printed on Vellum in the United States. See Menzies Cat. 
No. 1606. 

1017 Deane. A Bibliographical Essay on Governor Hutchin- 

son's Historical Publications. Small 4® cloth. 

Boston, 1857 
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1018 Deane. Bibliographical Tracts, Number One. Spurious 

Reprints of Early Books, pp. 19. Imperial 8** cloth. 

Boston, 1865 
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1019 Deane, The same. Vellum Paper copy. Imperial 8** 

half morocco. Boston, 1865 

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1020 Deane. The same. Another copy. 8® cloth. 

Boston, 1865 
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102 1 Deane. Spurious Reprints of Early Books. By Delta. 

pp. 12. Imperial 8° cloth. Boston, 1865 

Only 30 copies printed. Surreptitious edition, privately printed. 

1022 Deane. The Last Will and Testament of Captain John 

Smith, with some additional memoranda relating to 
him. pp. 7. Small 4** paper. Cambridge, 1867 

Only 50 copies printed. 

1023 Deane. Memoir of George Livermore. pp. 60. Large 

Paper, with photographic Portrait. Royal 4** cloth, 
uncut. Cambridge, 1869 


1034 Deane. a Discourse of Virginia, by Edward Maria 
VVingfield. Edited, with notes and an introduction, by 
Charles Deane. pp 44. 1859. (Cancelled edition); 
— The same. pp. 45, i860 — Letters of Phillis Wheat- 
ley, the negro-slave poet of Boston, 1864-9; — Records 
of the Council for New England, pp. 83, 1867; — His- 
tory of Bacon's and Ingram's Rebellion in Virginia in 
1 675-6, pp. 50; — Remarks on Sebastian Cabot's Mappe- 
Monde, pp. 8, 1867; — Contributions to the North 
American Review, 1868; — Memoir of George Liver- 
more, pp. 60, 1869; — A Brief Memoir of Robert 
Waterston, pp.ii, 1869; — Report of the Council of the 
Am. Antiq. Soc. 1868; — Forms in Issuing Letters-Pat- 
ent by the Crown of England, pp. 24, 1870; — Life of 
Mr Thomas Dudley, several times Governor of th*e 
Mass. Colony. Written, as is supposed by Cotton 
Mather, pp. 20, 1870; — Letter of Sir John Stanhope to 
Secretary Davison concerning Elder Brewster, pp. 
8, 1871; — Death of Matthew Cradock, pp. 3, 1871; — 
Roger Williams and the Massachusetts Charter, pp. 19, 
1873; — Gen'l Washington's Head-Quarters in Cam- 
bridge, pp. 9, 1873; — Judge Lowell and the Massachu- 
setts Declaration of Rights, pp. 9, 1874; — Brief Me- 
moir of James Savage, pp. 12, 1874; — Notes on a re- 
• cently discovered Indenture relating to David Thomp- 
son of Piscataqua, pp. 34, 1876; — Journal of a Tour to 
the White Mountains, in July, 1784. By Jeremy Belk- 
nap. Map. pp. 21, 1876; — Letters and Documents 
relating to Slavery in Massachusetts, 1867; — Memoir 
of John Appleton, M. D., pp. 3, 1877; — Lieut-Gen'l. 
John Burgoyne and the Convention of Saratoga, 100 
years ago, pp. 71, 1878; — Tutor Henry Flynt's Jour- 
ney from Cambridge to Portsmouth in 1754, 1878; — 
Letter of Paul Revere's, pp. 7; — Records of the Presi- 
dent and Council of New Hampshire, 1679-80, pp. 26, 
1878; — Memoir of Dr. Woods; — Rules, Orders and. 
Statutes of Harvard College, 1686, pp. 9, 1876; — 
White Kennett Library, pp. 8, 1883; — Memoir of 
Richard Frothingham, pp. 17, 1885; — Memoir of S. F. 
Haven, pp. 16, 1885; — John and Sebastian Cabot, a 
study. Maps, 1886; — A Summary History of New 
England, 1886; — Connection of Mass. with Slavery, 
pp. 34, 1886; — Remarks on Hubbard's map of New 
England, pp. 12, 1888; — Memoir of Edward Augustus 
Crowninshield, pp. 4; — Remarks on Dr. John G. Kohl, 
pp. 5 ; — Prefatory Note to the recently recovered pages 
of Hubbard's History, pp. 16. Together 38 vols. 8° 
cloth, boards and paper. Cambridge and Boston. 

All privately printed in limited editions. The above is a nearly 
complete set of Mr. Deane's publications. 


1025 Deane. Memoir of Samuel F. Haven, port. pp. 16, 

1885; — Memoir of Geo. Livermore, pp. 60, 1869; — 
Brief Memoir of Robert Waterston, pp. 11, 1869; — 
Death of Matthew Cradock, pp. 3, 187 1; — Brief Me- 
moir of James Savage, pp. 12, 1874; — Judge Lowell 
and the Massachusetts Declaration of Rights, pp. 9, 
1874; — Notes on a recently discovered indenture re- 
lating to David Thompson, pp. 34, 1876; — Memoir of 
John Appleton, pp. 3, 1877; — Memoir of Dr. J. G. Kohl, 
pp. 5, 1878; — Memoir of Richard Frothingham, pp. 17, 
1885; — Memoir of E. A. Crowninshield, pp. 3; — 
Summary of the History of New England, to the 
time of Andros, pp. 295-384. (From Narrative and 
, Critical History of America, only 12 copies privately 

printed.) 1886; — Remarks on Hubbard's Map of New 
England, pp. 12, 1888; — Prefatory note to Hubbard's 
History, pp. 10. Together 14 vols. 8® paper and cloth. 

Boston and Cambridge. 

1026 Deane. Memoir of George Livermore. pp. 60. 8® 

cloth, uncut. Cambridge, 1869 

Thick papbr copy, only a few so printed. 

1027 Deane. Death of Matthew Cradock. pp. 3. 8** cloth. 

With Cradock Pedigree inserted. (Boston, 187 1) 

1028 Deane. Notes on a recently discovered Indenture re- 

lating to David Thompson of Piscataqua and Massachu- 
setts Bay in New England, pp. 35. 8° cloth, uncut. 
Only 100 copies printed. Cambridge, 1876 

1029 Deane. The Struggle to Maintain the Charter of King 

Charles the First, and its final Loss in 1684. Imperial 

8° half morocco. Boston. 

Written for the Memorial Hist, of Boston. Vol. I. pp. 329-382. 
2 photographic plates laid in. 

1030 Deane, Capt. John. A Narrative of the Shipwreck of 

the Nottingham Galley, in her Voyage from England to 
Boston. Fifth ed. pp. 28. 8° half roan. London, 1762 
See Shurtleff's Sermon. Boston 1727. 

1031 Deane. A True Account of the Voyage of the Notting- 

ham-Galley of London, John Deane, Commander, from 
River Thames to New England, near which place she 
was cast away on Boon Island, Dec. 11, 17 10. pp. 36, 
London, 171 1; — Voyages and Adventures of Capt. 
Barth, Sharp and others in the South Sea, pp. 172. 
London, 1684; — History of Bavaria, from the First 
Ages to this present year, 1706. By Capt. John 
Stevens. Bound together. 8° calf. London, 1706 

"The first tract was an answer by three of the crew to Capt. 
Deane*s Narrative, published in 17 11." 


103a Deane, John G. Biographical Sketch of, and brief men- 
tion of his connection with the northeastern boundary 
of Maine, also family and other memoranda. Plate, 
pp. 70. 8° paper. Washington, 1887 

Privately printed. 

1033 Deane, Silas. An Address to the Free and Independent 

Citizens of the United States of North America, pp. 30. 
8** half calf. Hartford, 1784 

1034 Deane. The same. Portrait inserted, pp. 95. 8** calf. 

Hartford, 1784 

1035 Deane. Memorial of the Heirs of Silas Deane, to the 

Congress of the United States. 8** half roan. n. p., 1835 

1036 Debates in the Senate of the United States on the Judi- 

ciary, during the first Session of the seventh Congress, 
pp. 324. 8** calf. Phila., 1802 

1037 De Brv. Great Voyages in Latin. Part I — Admiranda 

Narratio fida tamen, de commodis et incolarum ritibus 
Virginias, nuper admodum ab Anglis, quikDn. Richardo 
Greinvile equestris ordinis viro ^o in coloniam anno 
MDLXXXV deducti sunt inventae, sumtus faciente Dn. 
Waltero Raleigh equestris ordinis viro fodinaru stanni 
praefecto ex auctoritate serenissimae Reginae Angliae. An- 
glico scripta sermone k Thoma Hariot eiusdem Walteri 
domesti-co, in eam coloniam misso ut regionis si-tum 
diligenter observaret. Nunc autem primum latio donata 
k C. C. A. Francofortii ad Moenum typis loannis Wech- 
eli, sumtibus vero Theodor de Bry anno MDXC. Venales 
reperiuntur in ofiicina Sigismundi Feirabendi. Part 
III. — Americae Tertia Pars Memorabile provinciae Brasi- 
liae Historiam contines, germanico primdm sermone 
scriptam k loane Stadio Homburgensi Hesso, nunc au- 
tem latinitate donatam k Teucrio Annaeo Priuato Col 
chanthe Po: & Med: Addita est Narratio profectionis 
loannis Lerij in eamdem Provinciam, qui ille initio 
gallic^ conscripsit, postea verb Latinam fecit. His ac- 
cessit Descriptio Morum & Ferocitatis incolarum illius 
Regionis, atque Colloquium ipsorum idiomate conscrip- 
tum. Omnia recens evulgata, & eiconibus in aes incisis 
acad vivum expressis illustrata, ad normam exem plaris 
praedictorum Autorum: studio & diligentia Theodori de 
Brij Leodiensis, atque civis Francofurtensis anno 
MDXCII. Venales reperiutur in officiana Sigismundi 
Feirabendii. Folio, vellum. Frankfort, 1590-92 

1038 De Bry. Narrative of Le Moyne, an Artist who accom- 

panied the French Expedition to Florida under Laudon- 
niere, 1564. Translated from the Latin of De Bry. pp. 
15. 44 heliotype fac-similes. Royal 4** half morocco. 

Boston, 1875 


1039 De Bury, Richard. Philobiblon, a Treatise on the Love 

of Books. Written in 1344 and translated from the 
first edition, 1473, with some collations, pp. 151. 12** 
cloth, uncut. London, 1832 

1040 Declaration by the Representatives of the United 

Colonies of North America, now met in General Con- 
gress at Philadelphia, pp. 13. 8° paper, uncut. 

(Reprint): Phila., 1775 

1041 Declaration of Independence of the United States of 

America, 1776; and Washington's Farewell Address to 
the People of the United States, 1796. pp. 57. Plate 
and fac-simile. Royal 4° cloth. Boston, 1876 

1042 Declaration of the Parliament of England, expressing 

the grounds of their late proceedings, and of setling 
the present Government in the way of a Free State, 
pp. 87. Small 4° half calf. London, 1648 

1043 De Costa, B. F. The Pre-Columbian Discovery of 

America by the Northmen. Illustrated by translations 
from the Icelandic Sagas. Edited with notes and a 
general introduction, pp. 118. 8® cloth, uncut. 

Albany, 1868 

1044 De Costa. Sailing Directions of Henry Hudson, pre- 

pared for his own use in 1608, from the Old Danish of 
Ivar Barden. With an introduction and notes; also A 
Dissertation on the Discovery of the Hudson River, 
pp. 102. 8® cloth. Albany, 1869 

1045 ^E CosTA. The Northmen in Maine: a critical examina- 

tion of Views expressed in connection with the subject, 
by Dr. Kohl, in Vol. i, of the new series of the Maine 
Historical Society, with criticisms on other portions of 
the work, and a chapter on the Discovery of Massachu- 
setts Bay. pp. 146. 8° cloth, top gilt. Albany, 1870 

1046 De Costa. Verrazzano, 1876; — Soldier and Sage, a me- 

morial of George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, 
1876; — The Lost City of New England, 1876; — Globe 
of Ulpius 1542, 1878; — William Blackstone in his rela- 
tion to Massachusetts and Rhode Island, 1880; — Rela- 
tion of a Voyage to Sagadahoc, 1880; — Inventio For- 
tunata, arctic exploration, with an account of Nicholas 
of Lynn, 1881; — Cavo de Baxos, or the place of Cape 
Cod in the old Cartology, 1881; — Notes of the Anni- 
versary Sermon at New York, May 15, x88i; — Notes 
of a Discourse and a Service in New York, Jan. 8, 1882, 
by S. Osgood and J. A. Smith; — Few Observations. on 
the Prince Society's edition of the New English Canaan. 
II pamphlets. Reprinted: New York. 


1047 De Costa. Rambles in Mount Desert, with sketches of 

travel on the New England coast, from the Isle of 
Shoals to Grand Menan. pp. 280. Frontispiece. 16** 
cloth. New York, 1871 

1048 De Costa. Verrazano the Explorer; being a vindication 

of his letter and voyage, with an examination of the 
map of Hieronimo da Verrazano, and a Dissertation 
upon the Globe of Ulpius. pp. 83. Maps and portraits. 
Royal 4** paper, uncut. New York, 1880 

1049 Dedham, Mass. Historical Address at the Second Cen- 

tennial Anniversary of the Town of Dedham, Sept. 21, 
1836, by S. F. Haven, pp. 79; — History of the First 
Church and Parish, by Alvan Lamson, pp. 104, 1839. 
2 vols. 8** cloth and boards. Dedham. 

1050 Dedham. History of, from 1635 to 1827. By Erastus 

Worthington. pp. 146. 8° morocco, gilt, red edges. 

Boston, 1827 

105 1 Dedham. Historical Annals of, from 1635 ^0 1847. ^y 

Herman Mann. pp. 136. 8® sheets, folded, uncut. 

Dedham, 1847 

1052 Dee, Dr. John. Private Diary of, and Catalogue of his 

Library of Manuscripts. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. 
4** cloth. London, 1842 

1053 Deerfield, Mass. Brief Sketch of the First Settlement 

of Deerfield. (By E. Hoyt.) 16® paper. 

Reprint: Greenfield, 1833 

1054 [De Foe, Daniel.] Life and Actions of Moll Flanders, 

containing her birth and education in Newgate, her 
ambition to be a gentlewoman, her being taken into a 
gentleman's family, her being debauched by her master's 
eldest son, and married to the younger, her marriage to 
her own brother, her going over with him to, and set- 
tling in Virginia, etc. Portrait and cuts. pp. 184, (lacks 
last leaf). London 

1055 Defoe. The Life and strange, surprising Adventures 

of Robinson Crusoe. Upwards of 100 illustrations. 
Royal 8® half calf, gilt. London. 

1056 Defoe. History of the Great Plague in London, in the 

year 1665. With an introduction by Rev. H. Stebbing. 
pp. 304. Portrait. 18® cloth, uncut. London. 

1057 Defoe. Daniel Defoe; his Life, and recently discovered 

Writings extending from 17 16 to 1729. By William 
Lee. Illustrations. 3 vols. 8° cloth, uncut. 

London, 1869 


1058 De Forest, J. W. History of the Indians of Connecti- 

cut, from the earliest known period to 1850. pp. 509. 
Map. 8° cloth. Hartford, 1853 

1059 D*Hauteville Case. Report of the D'Hauteville Case; 

— Review of the Case. (8° paper, laid in.) 8* half 
sheep. Phila. and Boston, 1840-41 

1060 Delancy. Considerations on the Propriety of imposing 

Taxes in the British Colonies, pp. 80. Second ed. 8** 
half roan. London, 1766 

1 06 1 Delaplaine's Repository of the Lives and Portraits of 

Distinguished American Characters. 18 jfine portraits. 
Complete set. 2 vols, royal 4** calf extra, yellow edges. 

Phila., 1815 

1062 De Laune, Thomas. A Plea for Non-Conformists. 

(With preface by Daniel Defoe.) pp. 144. 12° half 
morocco. London, 17 12 

1063 De-La-Warre, Lord. The Relation of the Right 

Honourable the Lord De-La-Warre, Lord Gouvernour 
and Captaine Generall of the Colonic, planted in Vir- 
ginea. 4° half morocco. London, 161 1 

Heliotype fac-simile. Only 20 copies privately printed. 
Presentation copy. 

1064 Delepierre, Octave. Analyse des Travaux de la Soci^t^ 

des. Philobiblon de Londres. pp. 134. 8** half roan. 

Londres, 186 
Only 300 copies printed. 

1065 De Lolme. The Rise and Progress of the English Con- 

stitution; with an historical and legal introduction and 
notes by A. J. Stephens. 2 vols. 8° cloth, uncut. 

London, 183S 

1066 Demonologia; or Natural Knowledge revealed. By J. 

S. F., pp. 438. Lond., 1831; — Fallacy of Ghosts, 
Dreams and Omens, with stories of witchcraft, life-in- 
death and monomania. By Charles Oilier, pp. 251. 
Lond., 1848; — Mysteries; or glimpses of the super- 
natural, pp. 273. N. Y., 1852. 3 vols. 12° cloth. 

1067 Dennis, J. The Usefulness of the Stage, occasioned by 

a late book written by Mr. Jeremy Collier, pp. 143. 
12° half calf, gilt. London, 1698 

1068 Denton, Daniel. A Brief Description of New York, 

formerly called New Netherlands. New edition with 
notes, by G. Fur man. 8** cloth. New York, 1845 

1069 De Peyster, J. Watts. History of the Life of Leonard 

Torstenson; — The History of Carausius; — Battle of 
the Sound or Baltic. 3 vols. 8° paper, uncut. 

Poughkeepsie, 1855-8 


1070 De Quincey, Thomas. Confessions of an English 

Opium-Eater. pp.190. 16** boards. Boston, 1841 

1071 Deux-Ponts, Count William de. My Campaigns in 

America, 1780-81. Translated, with an introduction 

and notes, by S. A. Green, pp. 176. Royal 4** boards, 

uncut. Boston, 1868 

Large Paper ; only 25 copies printed. 

1072 De Vinne, T. L. Invention of Printing, a collection of 

facts and opinions descriptive of early prints and playing 
cards, the block-books of the 15th century, the legends 
of Lourens J. Coster of Haarlem and the works of 
John Gutenberg and his associates. Illustrated with 
fac-si miles of early types and wood-cuts. Royal 8° 
cloth. New York, 1876 

1073 Dexter, F. B. Biographical Sketches of the Graduates 

of Yale College, with Annals of the College History, 
1 701-1745. pp. 788. Imperial 8® cloth, uncut. 

New York, 1885 

1074 Dexter. Sketch of the Life and Writings of John 

Davenport, Feb. i, 1875; — Memoranda concerning 
Edward Whalley and William GofiFe, 1876; — Governor 
Elihu Yale, 1882; — Founding of Yale College, 1882; — 
New Haven in 1784; — Estimates of Population in the 
American Colonies, 1887; — Report of the Trial of Mrs. 
Anne Hutchinson. 7 pamphlets. 

1075 Dexter, George. Argument of Tutor Nicholas Sever, 

1878; — Letters of Columbus and Vespuccius, 1878; — 
Journal of Thomas Wallcut, in 1790, 1879; — Influence 
of the English Universities in the Development of New 
England, 1880; — First Voyage under Sir Humphrey 
Gilbert's Patent of 1578, 1881; — Letters of Henry 
Wheaton, 1805-6; — Journal of a Tour from Boston to 
Oneida, June 1796, by Jeremy Belknap, 1882; — Suffolk 
County Bar Book, 1770-1805; — Tributes to the Memory 
of George Dexter, June 10, 1884; — Memoir of George 
Dexter, by C. C. Smith, 1885; — Letters of Gov. Andrew 
Eliot to his sons Samuel and John. 11 pamphlets. 

1076 Dexter, H. M. As to Roger Williams and his Banish- 

ment from the Massachusetts Plantation, pp. 146. Im- 
perial 8° cloth. Boston, 1876 

1077 Dexter. The True Story of John Smyth, the Se Bap- 

tist, as told by Himself and his Contemporaries; with 
an inquiry whether dipping were a new mode of Bap- 
tism in England, in or about 1641. pp. 106. Imperial 
8° cloth, uncut. Boston, 1881 

1078 [Dexter.] Common Sense as to Woman Suffrage, pp. 

33. Small 4® boards. Boston, 1885 



1079 Dexter, H. M. Pilgrim Memoranda, pp. 39, 1870; — 

Glance at the Ecclesiastical Councils of New England, 
pp. 68. 2 pamphles.t Boston. 

1080 Dexter, Lord Timothy. A Pickle for the Knowing 

Ones. 16** half morocco, gilt. Boston, 1838 

1081 Dexter. The same. Small ^ half calf. 

Newburyport, 1848 

1082 Dexter. Life of. By S. L. Knapp. 18° cloth. 

Boston, 1838 

1083 Dexter. The same. 18** cloth. Boston, 1848 

1084 Dialogue between the Ghost of General Montgomery 

and an American Delegate. Phila., 1776. pp. 16. 8® 
paper, uncut. Privately reprinted : New York, 1865 

1085 Diaz del Castillo, Bernal. Historia Verdadera de la 

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1 176 DuRB'EE, Job. Complete Works of. With a Memoir of 

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1 197 Edwards. History, Civil and Commercial, of the 

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1 198 Edwards. Historical Survey of the French Colony in 

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1 199 Edwards, Edward. Memoirs of Libraries, including a 

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1200 Edwards, Jonathan. A Faithful Narrative of the sur- 

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1446 General Repository and Review. 4 vols. 8** half calf, 

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1447 Geneva Testament. New Testament of Our Lord and 

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1448 Genlis, Comtesse de. Sacred Dramas. Translated into 

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1450 Geography. Thesaurus Geographicus; a New Body of 

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145 1 George the Third, his Court and Family. New edition. 

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1456 Gerry, *Elbridge. Life of, with contemporary letters to 

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1457 Gessner, Salomon. The Death of Abel in dve Books. 

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1461 Gibbon, Edward. History of the Decline and Fall of 

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1463 GiDDiNGS, Joshua R. History of the Rebellion; its 

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1470 Gladstone, W. E. Juventus Mundi, the Gods and Men 

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147 1 Glanvil, Joseph. Saducismus Triumphatus; or, Full 

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1479 Godwin, William. Enquiry concerning Political Jus- 

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1480 Godwin. Fleetwood; or, the New Man of Feeling, pp. 

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1488 Goodrich, C. B. The Science of Government as ex- 

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1490 GooLD, William. Col. Arthur Noble, of Georgetown, 

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1491 GooLD. Burning of Falmouth, pp. 16, 1873; — Early 

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1492 Gordon, Mrs. The Home Life of David Brewster, pp. 

482. 12° cloth, uncut. Edinburgh, 1870 

1493 Gordon, John and William. Full Report of the Trial 

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Providence, 1844 

1494 Gordon, William. A Sermon preached before the Gen- 

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1495 Gordon. History of the Rise, Progress, and Establish- 

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1496 Gore, Mrs. Paris in 1841. With 21 highly finished en- 

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1497 Gorges Society Publications. Portraits and plates. 3 

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J. P. Baxter. III. Hosier's Relation of Waymouth's Voyage to 
the coast of Maine, 1605. With introduction and notes, by H. S. 


1498 Gorges, Ferdinando. America Painted to the Life. 

The true history of the Spaniards proceedings in the 
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the advancement of plantations into those parts. With 
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1499 Gorges. Pedigree of. By Rev. Frederick Brown, pp. 

10. 8** paper, uncut. Boston, 1875 

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1500 GoRHAM, Me. History of. By Josiah Pierce, pp. 239. 

8** cloth. Portland, 1862 

1501 Gorton, Samuel. Simplicities Defence against seven- 

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out of the attempt of the government of the latter to extend its juris- 
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1502 Gorton. An Antidote against the Common Plague of 

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1503 Gorton. An Account of Samuel Gorton, one of the 

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1504 Goss, E. H. Early Bells of Massachusetts, pp. 34, 1874; 

— Historical Address, Melrose, 1876. 2 vols. 8** boards 
and paper. Boston and Melrose, y874-6 


1505 Gottfried, J. L. Newe Archontologia Cosraica, das ist 

Beschreibung aller Kayserthumben, Konigreichen und 
Repiiblicken der gantzen Welt. pp. 760, (24). Num- 
erous maps and plates. Folio, vellum. Franckfurt, 1646 

1506 Gould, S. B. Curious Myths of the Middle Ages. pp. 

660. 12^ half roan. Philadelphia, 1869 

1507 Gowan's Bibliotheca Americana. 3 vols, royal 4** cloth, 

uncut. New York, 1845-62 

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Grafton, on the first Centennial Anniversary of that 
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8° boards (stained). Boston, 1835 

1509 Graham, James. History of the United States of North 

America. 4 vols. 8° cloth, uncut. London, 1836 

15 10 Graham. History of the United States of North Amer- 

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15 1 1 Granger, Rev. James. Letters between the Rev. 

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Men of his Time, composing a copious History and 
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Edited by J. P. Malcolm. Plates, pp. 419, 114. 8® 
russia. London, 1805 

1512 [Grant, Mrs.] Letters from the Mountains. First 

American edition, pp. 275, 268. 2 vols. 12** boards, 
uncut. Boston, 1809 

15 13 [Grant J Memoirs of an American Lady, with Sketches 

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322, 344. 2 vols. 16° half calf. London, 1809 

1514 Grantham, Sir Thomas. An Historical Account of 

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1515 Grattan, T. C. History of the Netherlands, pp. 358. 

16® cloth, uncut. London, 1830 

15 16 Grattan. Civilized America, pp. 444, 517. 2 vols. 

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1517 Graves, R. H. The Arguments for Predestination and 

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1518 Graves, W. Two Letters from W. Graves, Esq., Re- 

specting the Conduct of Rear-Admiral Thomas Graves 
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uncut. London, 1782, Reprint: Morrisania, 1865 

Large Paper : only 100 copies printed. 

15 19 Gray, Francis C. Poem spoken at Cambridge before 

the Phi Beta Kappa Society, Aug. 27, 1840. pp. 36. 
8° half roan. Boston, 1840 

1520 Gray. Remarks on the Early Laws of Massachusetts 

Bay, with the Code adopted in the year 1641 and called 
the Body of Liberties, now first printed, pp. 49. 8® 
paper. Boston, 1843 

1521 [Gray, Harrison.] The Huguenots in France and Amer- 

ica. Second ed. pp. 236, 302. 2 vols. 12° cloth. 

Cambridge, 1843 

1522 Gray, Horace. The Case of the Roxbury Flats. From 

Ninth Vol. of Gray*s Reports. 8"* boards. Cambridge. 
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1523 Green, S. A. Centennial Address delivered in the San- 

ders Theatre, Cambridge, June 7, 1881, before the 

Massachusetts Medical Society, pp. 112. 8° boards, 

uncut. Groton, 1881 
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1524 Green. Story of a Famous Book, 187 1; — School His- 

tories, 1872; — Bibliography of the Massachusetts 
Historical Society, 187 1; — Paul Lunt's Diary, 1872; — 
Notice of M. Jean Fr^d^ric de Waldeck, 1876; — Copy 
of the Laws of Harvard College; — Percival and Ellen 
Green and their descendants, 1876; — Historical Ad- 
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Burying Ground in Groton, 1878; — Early Land Grants 
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1678, 1879; — Historical Address at Groton, Feb. 20, 
1 880 ; — Address at Centennial Anniversary of the Mass. 
Medical School, 1781-1881; — Two Chapters in the 
Early History of Groton, 1882; — Groton during the In- 
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1883; — Remarks on the early appearance of the North- 
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Old Groton, 1885; — Geography of Groton, 1886; — 
Population of Groton, 1888; — Congregational Churches 
in Nova Scotia, 1888; — Bathsheba Spooner, 1888; — 
Note Book of Robert Keayne, 1889. 22 vols. 8® cloth 
and paper. Boston. 

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1525 Gray, William. Historical Sketch of the Origin of 

English Prose Literature, and of its Progress till the 
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Oxford, 1835 

1526 Graydon, Alexander. Memoirs of a Life, chiefly passed 

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1327 [Graydon.] The same. 8° boards. Edinburgh, 1822 

1528 Green, G. S. Oliver Cromwell, an Historical Play. 

Portrait. 8° half calf. London, 1752 

Among the "Dramatis Personae" of this play, is Hugh Peters, 
Oliver's Chaplain, a pulpit bufEoon. 

1529 Greene, G. W. A Short History of Rhode Island, pp. 

356. Frontispiece. 12** cloth. Providence, 1877 

1530 Greene. Historical View of the American Revolution, 

pp. 460, 1872; — German Element in the War of the 
American Independence, pp. 211, 1876. 2 vols. 12® 
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1 53 1 Greene. Nathanael Greene ; an examination of some 

statements concerning Major Gen. Greene, in the ninth 
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1532 Greene. Life of Nathanael Greene, Major-General in 

the Army of the Revolution. By G. W. Greene. Vol- 
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1533 Greene, Nathanael. Sketches of the Life and Corre- 

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map. 2 vols, in one. Royal 4** half morocco. 

Charleston, 1822 

1534 Greenfield, Mass. History of. By D. Willard. pp. 

180. 16° half roan. Greenfield, 1838 

1535 Greenhow, Robert. History of Oregon and California 

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1536 Greenleaf, Jonathan. Sketches of the Ecclesiastical 

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1537 Greenleaf, Moses. A Survey of the State of Maine. 

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1538 Greenwood, F. W. P. History of King's Chapel, in 

Boston, the First Episcopal Church in New England. 
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1539 Grey, Lady Jane. The Literary Remains of Lady Jane 

Grey, with a Memoir of her Life. By N. H. Nichols, 
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1540 Grey. The Life, Death and Actions of the most chast, 

learned and Religious Lady, the Lady Jane Gray. pp. 
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1 541 Griffin, A. P. C. The Discovery of the Mississippi, a 

Bibliographical Account, pp. 20. With a fac-simile of 
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New York, 1883 

1542 Griffiths, A. F. Bibliotheca Anglo-Poetica; or, a De- 

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1543 Griffith, Thomas W. Sketches of the early History of 

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Baltimore, 1821 
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1544 Grigsby, H. B. The Virginia Convention of 1776. pp. 

206. 8* cloth. Richmond, 1855 

1545 Griswold, R. W. The Poets and Poetry of America, 

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1546 Griswold. The Prose Writers of America. Fourth 

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1547 [Groom, S.] A Glass for the People of New England, 

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n. p., 1676 
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1548 Grose, Francis. A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar 

Tongue, pp. 182. 12** half roan, uncut. 

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1550 Grose. The Olio, being a Collection of Essays, Dia- 

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1551 Grotius, Hugo. The Truth of Christian Religion. 

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1552 Groton, Mass. History of the Town of Groton, includ- 

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1553 Groton. Results of an Ecclesiastical Council con- 

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3, 1884; — Proceedings of the 90th Anniversary Cele- 
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Highways and Landmarks of Groton, by F. M. Bout- 
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1554 Guild, Reuben A. The Librarian's Manual; a Treatise 

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1555 Guild. History of Brown University, with illustrative 

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1556 GuiLLERMiN, Gilbert. Precis Historique des derniers 

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1557 GuizoT, F. P. On the Causes of the Success of the 

English Revolution, 1640-1688. pp. 138. 8° boards, 
uncut. London, 1850 

1558 GuTCH, J. M. Robin Hood Garlands and Ballads. A 

collection of all the poems, songs and ballads relating 
to this celebrated yoeman. Cuts by Fairholt. 2 vols. 
8° cloth. London, 1850 

1559 GuTTENBERG. John Gutteuberg, First Master Printer, 

his Acts, and most remarkable Discourses, and his 
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1560 p^ACKE, Capt. William. Collection of Original 
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South Seas; III, Capt. Wood's Voyage into the Straights 
of Magellan, etc. Maps and plates, pp. 45, 100, 53. 
8° calf. London, 1699 

1561 Hackelton, Mrs. M. W. Jamestown of Pemaquid, a 

Poem, read on the Site of Fort Frederick, August 26, 
1869. 12** cloth. New York, 1869 


1562 Hadley, Mass. History of Hadley, including the early 

History of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst, and 
Granby. By Sylvester Judd. pp. 636. 8** cloth. 

Northampton, 1863 

1563 Hadley. Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the 

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Northampton, 1859-62 

1564 [Haines, Z. T.] Letters from the Forty-fourth Regi- 

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Boston, 1863 

1565 ^fSklngt, Kuljatb. Divers voyages touching the dis- 

couerie of America and the Hands adjacent unto the 
same, made first of all by our Englishmen, and after- 
wards by the Frenchmen and Britons. And certaine 
notes of aduertisements for obseruations, necessarie for 
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lohn Gabote (Cabot) and his three sonnes, Lewes, Sebastian and 
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6. A note of Sebastian Gabotes voyage of Discouerie, taken out 
of an old Chronicle, written by Robert Fabian, sometime Alderman 
of London, which is in the custodie gf John Stowe, Citizen, a dili- 
gent searcher and preserver of Antiquities. 

9. The discouerie of the Isles of Frisland, Iseland, Kngroueland, 
Estotiland, Drogeo, and Icaria, made by M. Nicolas Zeno, Knight, 
and M. Antonio his brother. 

10. To the most Christian king of Fraunce, Fraunces the First. 
The Relation of lohn Verarzanus, a Florentine, of the lande by him 
discouered in the name of his Maiestie, written at Diepe the eighth 
July 1524. 

11. IT The true and last discouerie of Florida, made by Captain 
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Fraunce, and translated into Englishe by one Thomas Hack it. 

The most important piece is the relation of Verazzano, describing 
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by a folding map bearing date of 1582, dedicated to Sir Philip Sid- 
ney. This early navigator was the first to enter the harbor, now 
known as New York, and Narragansett Bay. It is a volume of 
excessive rarity. 


1566 jQaklltSt, ftiti)arb. Principall Navigations, Voiages. and 

Discoveries of the English Nation, made by Sea or over 
Land, to the most Remote and Farthest Distant Quar- 
ters of the Earth, at any time within the Compasse of 
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according to the Positions of the Regions weereunto 
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A very good copy with the exception of the title page, which is in 
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map of 1 570. 

On page 776 is an Autograph signature of Thomas Candish (Cav- 
endish), the first English Circumnavigator. 

1567 iQaklngt The Principal Navigations, Voiages, Traf- 

fiques, and Discoueries of the English Nation, made by 
sea or overland to the remote and farthest distant quar- 
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vols, folio, calf. 
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simile, (see folio 607), and Vol. Ill an admirable autotype fac-simile 
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which is rarely found in them. It is spoken of by Hakluyt in the 
preface to his first edition as being then preparing by Mr. Molyneau. 

Vol. I. was first issued with a title page dated 1598, and containing 
on it a mention of the voyage to Cadiz, which was published with 
the book. The title page was reprinted with date of 1 599, (as in this 
copy,) and no mention of the voyage to Cadiz, and the voyage itself 
castrated. See Oldy^s Brituh Librarian copied in Evans* ed. of Hak- 
luyt, Vol, I. 

1568 Hakluyt. The Historie of the West Indies, containing 

the acts and adventures of the Spaniards, which have 
conquered and peopled those countries. Written in 
Latin by R. Hakluyt, translated into English by M. 
Lock. Inserted fac-simile map from the Peter Martyr 
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1569 Hakluvt's Collection of the Early Voyages, Travels, 

and Discoveries of the English Nation. Volume 5. 
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1570 Hakluyt. Discourse concerning Western Planting, 

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cut. Cambridge, 1877 

157 1 Hakluyt Society's Publications, consisting of rare and 

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1572 Hakluyt. a Particular Discourse concerning the grate 

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Richard Hakluyt. (Manuscript copy of the original 
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1573 Hale, John, (Pastor in Beverly.) Modest Enquiry into 

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Boston, 1 77 1 
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1574 Hale, Nathan. Life of Captain Nathan Hale, the Mar- 

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Hartford, 1856 

1575 Hales, John. Several Tracts on Religion, pp. 228. 

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1576 Haliburton, Thomas C. Historical and Statistical Ac- 

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1577 Haliburton. Judge Haliburton's Yankee Stories, pp. 

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1582 Hall, Joseph. Satires and other Poems, pp. 166. 8° 

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1583 Hall, James. Letters from the West, containing 

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1584 Halliwell, J. O. The Merry Tales of the Wise Men of 

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1590 Halliwell. Letters of the Kings of England, now first 

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1623 Hariot, Thomas. A briefe and true report of the New- 

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1626 Harper, R. G. Observations on the Dispute between 

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1628 Harrington, James. Oceana and other Works. With 

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1629 Harrington, Sir John. Nugae Antiquae; being a Mis- 

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1630 Harriott, Lieut. John. Struggles through Life, exem- 

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1631 Harris, C. F. Index to American Poetry and Plays, in 

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1632 Harris. Anthony Memorial. A catalogue of the Har- 

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1633 Harris, E. D. A Copy of the Old Epitaphs in the 

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1635 Harris, J. A Complete Collection of Voyages and 

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1636 Harris, T. W. Treatise on some of the Insects Inju- 

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1637 Harris, \V. T. Epitaphs from the Old Burying-Ground 

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1639 Harris, William. Historical and Critical. Account of 

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1640 Harrison, Gabriel. The Stratford Bust of William 

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1642 Harrisse, H. Bibliotheca Americana Vetustissima. A 

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1647 Hart, C. H. Memoir of the Life and Services of Col. 

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1648 Hart. Memoir of Lewis H. Morgan; — Richard S. 

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1649 Hartford, Conn. Hartford in the Olden Time, its 

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1650 Harvard College, 1636-1886. A record of the Com- 

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1654 Harvard College. Catalogue of the Library of Har- 

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1663 Haven, N. A. The Remains of Nathaniel Appleton 

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1664 Haven, Samuel F. Archaeology of the United States. 

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1669 Hawes, Joel. A Tribute to the Memory of the Pilgrims, 

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1670 Hawkins, J. S. History of the Origin and Establish- 

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1674 Hawks. History of North Carolina, pp. 254, 591. 

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Obedience of their Brethren Attending unto what 
Israel ought to do. Election Boston, May 3, 
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Printed by John Foster, Boston, 1676 

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dians in New England, from the first planting thereof in 
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discourse about Warre with the Pequods in the year 
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the Reverend Mr. William Hubbard," etc., signed J. S. pp. i. "Upon 
the elaborate Survey," signed B. T. pp. 2. "The Printer to the 
Reader" pp. i. "A map of New England, Being the first that ever 
was cut here," etc. Text, "A Narrative," etc. pp. 132. "A Table of 
Towns in New England," pp. 7. "A Postscript." pp. 1,7-12. "A 
Narrative of the Troubles with the Indians in New England from 
Pascataqua to Pemmaquid," pp. 88. "The Happiness of a People," 
etc. 1670. Title, one leaf, to the Hon. John Leverett, 3 leaves. Text, 

PP- 63. 

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land, from 1607 to 1677. Fac-simile map. 16** calf, 

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181 1 Hubbard. The same. 16° mottled sheep. 

Brattleboro, 1814 
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laNE py-ENGL AND, from the firft planting thereof in tb« 

year 1607.10 this prefentyear i<77." But chiefly of the late 

Troubles in the cwoIaS^ears, 167$. and 1675. 

To which is added a Djicourfc about the tVdrr: with the 

P E a U O D S 

In ihc year 16 J7* 

'By W. Hubbard, Mw/A'' 0/ Ipfwich. 

Aid tbe Lord [aid unto CMoftSiWriuthisfhr a kicmoriallha S.tofi, and rtbfdrfe it U 
tbi ears 9f Jofhua-^ for 1 viUmtetlj fhtout-the Rememkaife of AmMeii from 
uvdi r beavtn. Expc*. 1 7 ' 4 . 

tilomfttt It m f.iid i« the 5w/fe •/ the ivarrs of the Lordy vhat be did in tbe red fea^ and k 
tbe BYsok^ofArn:n. Nutrib.'^i -4 

As cold waters to a tbirfi; foul, fols food news from a far Coatry, Prov. tf • xy . 

■ — ■ ■■ ■ . ■ ■ 

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vci (i tiiif a kcmpicr pvlTaiu in mvmdo accidcrc, thucyd. 
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numaafura M.'M* 
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(Iris M Jgiftra ad pcrfcrcndas fortune vices. ?ol)b. 

Pnthfied tj Author it j. 


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1933 Jefferson. Life of. By Henry S. Rand. ill. l\)rtraits. 

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1934 Jefferson. Life of. By George Tucker. Portrait. 

PP- 545» 5^5- 2 vols. 8° cloth, uncut. Tliila., 1837 

1935 Jefferson at Monticello. The private life of 'Ihomas 

Jefferson. By Rev. H. W. Pierson. pp. 13S. Plate 
and fac-similes. 8° cloth. K'ew York, 1862 

1936 Jefferys, Thomas. The Natural and Civil History of 

the French Dominions in North and South America, 
pp. 168, 246. Maps and plans. 2 vols, in one. Folio, 
half russia. London, 1760 

1937 Jefferys. The American Atlas; or a geographical de- 

scription of the whole continent of America: wherein 
are delineated at large its several regions, countries, 
states and island; and chiefly the British colonies, com- 
posed from numerous surveys, several of which were 
made by order of government, etc. Engraved on 
forty-nine copper plates. Folio, half calf. London, 1776 

This valuable collection is composed of separate maps mostly 
executed by the surveyors of the various states on a large scale. 
New England, 1774, by Ilazzen, etc. ; New York and New Jersey, 
by Major Holland, 1776; Pennsylvania, by Wm. Scull, 1770; 
Virginia and Maryland, by Fry and Jefferson, 1775; North and 
South Carolina, by Henry Mouzon, 1775 ; Lake Champlain, by Wm. 
Braasier, 1762, etc. 


1938 Jefferys. West-India Atlas, or a correct description of 

the West Indies. 40 maps. Large folio, half calf. 

London, 1775 

1939 [Jenks, William.] Memoir of the Northern Kingdom, 

written a.d. 187a. By Williamson Jahnsensykes. pp. 
48. 8° stitched. Quebeck, a.d., 1901. (1808) 

1940 Jenks, William. An Eulogy illustrative of the Life of the 

late James Bowdoin, with notices of his family, pro- 
nounced in Brunswick, Me., Sept. 2, 1812. pp. 40, 
Royal 4** half calf, gilt. Boston, 1812 

1941 JenKvS. Explanatory Bible Atlas and Scripture Gazetteer. 

PP- 157- Plates. Royal 4** half roan. Boston, 1850 

1942 Jenness, J. S. The Isles of Shoals, an historical sketch. 

Second ed. Maps and illustrations, pp. 214. 12° 
cloth. New York, 1875 

1943 Jenness. Transcripts of Original Documents in the 

English Archives relating to the early history of the 
State of New Hampshire. Map; — Notes on the First 
Planting of New Hampshire and on the Piscataqua 
Patent. Map. 2 vols, royal 8® boards and paper. 
Privately printed: New York and Portsmouth, 1876-8 

1944 Jesse, J. H. Memoirs of the Court of England, during 

the Reign of the Stuarts, 4 vols., 1840; — George 
Selwyn and his Contemporaries, 4 vols., 1843; — 
Memoirs of the Court of England to the Death of 
George the Second, 3 vols., 1843; — Memoirs of the 
Pretenders and their Adherents, 2 vols., 1845; — 
Literary and Historical Memorials of London, 2 vols., 
1847. Portraits and plates. Together 15 vols. 8° cloth, 
uncut. London. 

1945 Jewitt. Narrative of the Adventures and Sufferings of 

John R. Jewitt, only Survivor of the Crew of the Ship 
Boston, during a Captivity of nearly three Years among 
the Savages of Noatka Sound. Plate. 12° sheep. 

Middletown, 1815 

1946 JoGUES, Rev. Isaac. Novum Belgium; an account of 

New Netherland in 1643-4. With a fac-simile of his 
Original Manuscript, his portrait, a map and notes by 
J. G. Shea. pp. 55. Royal 4® cloth, uncut. 
Large Paper. Privately printed: New York, 1862 

1947 Johnson, Captain Charles. General History of the Rob- 

beries and Murders of the most notorious Pyrates, from 
1 7 17 to 1724. Plates, pp. 320. 8** calf. London, 1724 

1948 Johnson. The same. Second ed. pp. 427. 8® calf. 

London, 1724 


1949 Jesuit Relations. Cramoisy Series of Jesuit Memoirs, 
Relations, etc., relating to the French Colonies in North 
America. Edited by J. G. Shea. 13 vols, half calf, 8 
vols, cloth and one vol. in sheets. Together 22 vols. 
8** and royal 8**. Nouvelle York, 1857-66 

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I. Bigot, Jacques. Copie d'une Lettre escrite TAn 1684. Man- 
ate, 1858. 

II. Bigot. The same. Cancelled edition. Manate, 1858. 

III. Bigot. Relation de ce qui s'est pass^ de plus remarquable 
dans la Mission Abnaquise, 1* Ann^e, 1685. Manate, 18 q8. 

IV. Bigot, Vincent. Relation de ce qui s'est passe de plus re- 
marquable dans la Mission des Abnaquis i TAcadie, TAnnee 1701. 

V. Cavelier, M. Relation du Voyage entrepris par feu M. Robert 
Cavelier, pour decouvrir dans le golfe du Mexique Tembauchure du 
Fleuve di Mississippi. Manate, 1858. 

VI. Chaumonot, P. J. M. La Vie du R. P. Pierre Joseph Chaumo- 
not, de la Compagnie de Jesus, Missionaire dans la Nouvelle France 
^crite par lui-m^nie, TAn 1688. Nouvelle York, 18 q8. 

VII. Chaumonot. Suite de sa Vie, avec la maniere d'orasion du 
venerable p^re, ^crit par lui-m^me. Nouvelle York, 1858. 

VIII. Franchepain, Rev. Mer^. Relation du Voyage des premieres 
Ursulines k la Nouvelle Orleans et de leur (^tablissement en cette 
VUle. Nouvelle York, 1859. 

IX. Duquesne. Registres des Baptesmes et Sepultures qui se 
sontfaitsau Fort Duquesne pendant les annees 1753-1756. 

X. Journal de la Guerre du Micissippi contre les Chicachas en 
1739 et finie en 1740. Par un officier de TArmee de M. de Nouaille. 

XL Gravier, R. P. Jacques. Relation ou Journal du Voyage, en 
1700 depuis de pays des Illinois jusqu'a I'embouchure du Mississippi. 

XIL Dablon, Claude. Relation de ce qui s'est pass^ de plus re- 
marquable auz Missions des Peres de la Compagnie de Jesus en la 
Nouvelle France, 1672 et 1673. Nouvelle York, 1861. 

XIII. Dablon. Relation de ce qui s'est pass^ de plus remarqua- 
ble aux Missions des Peres de la Compagnie de Jesus en la Nouvelle 
France, 1673 et 1679. Map. Quebec, i860. 

XIV. Shea, J. G. Relations diverses sur la Bataille du Malan- 
gueul^, gagne le 9 Juillet, 17^5 par les Fran9ois sous M. de Beaujeu, 
sur les Anglois, sous M. Braddock. Portrait. Nouvelle York, i860. 

XV. Montigny, St. Cosne et de la Source. Relation de la Mission 
du Mississippi en 1700. Nouvelle York, 1861. 

XVI. Jogues, Isaac. Novum Belgium. Description de Nieuw 
Netherland et Notice sur Rene Goupil. Large Paper. 

XVII. Sagean, Mathieu. Extrait de la Relation des Avantures et 
Voyage de M. Sagean. Nouvelle York, 1863. 

XVIII. Milet, Pierre. Relation de sa Captivity parmi les Onnei- 
outs en 1 690-1. Large Paper. Nouvelle York, 1864. 

XIX. Shea, J. G. Recueil de Pieces sur la Negociation entre la 
Nouvelle France et la Nouvelle Angleterre, es annees 1648 et 
suivantes. Nouvelle York, 1866. 

XX. Gravier, Jacques. Relation de ce qui s'est pass^ dans la Mis- 
sion de I'Immaculate Conception ou Pays des Illinois, 1 693-1 697. 

XXI. Dreuillettes, Rev. Gabriel^s. Epistola ad Dominum Illust. 
Joannem Wintrop. Neo Eboraci, 1869. 

XXII. Bigot, Jacques. Relation de ce qui s'est pass^ de plus re- 
marquable dans la Mission Abnaquise de Sainct Joseph de Sillery, 
('ann^e 1684. Manate, 1857. 


1950 Johnson, Edward. A History of New England from 

the English planting in the Yeere 1628 until the Yeere 
1652. Declaring the form of their Government, Civill, 
Military and Ecclesiastique. Their Wars with the In- 
dians, their Troubles with the Gortonists, and other 
Heretiques. Their manner of gathering Churches, the 
Commodities of the Country, and description of the 
principall Towns and Havens, etc. pp. 236, (2). Small 
4® antique calf, red edges. Nath. Brooke: London, 1654 

Generally known as Johnson's " Wonder Working Providence," 
which is the running-title of the book. The author came in the fleet 
with Governor Winthrop in 1630. In 1643, ^^ went with Captain 
Cooke and forty men to Rhode Island, to take Samuel Gorton, who 
had become obnoxious to the Massachusetts government. For 
twenty-eight years he was a member of the General Court of Massa- 
chusetts, and at one time Speaker. 

1 95 1 Johnson. Wonder-working Providence of Sions Saviour 

in New England, London, 1654. With an Historical 
Introduction and an Index, by W. F. Poole, pp. 154, 
265. 4® half morocco, uncut, gilt top. Andover, 1867 
Only 200 copies printed. 

1952 Johnson, Francis. Hitopadesa, or the Counsels of 

Vishnu Sarman in a Series of connected Fables. Trans- 
lated literally, from the Sanscrit, pp. 121. Imperial 
8® boards. London, 1848 

1953 Johnson, John. Typographia; or the Printers' Instruc- 

tor; including an account of the origin of printing, with 
biographical notices of the printers of England, from 
Caxton to the close of the Sixteenth Century: A Series 
of Ancient and Modern Alphabets and Domesday Char- 
acters, etc. 2 vols. 12° boards, uncut. London, 1824 
Largs Paper. 

1954 Johnson, L. D. Memoir of Mrs. Thomazin Johnson, of 

Braintree, Mass., with an account of her lineage from 
John Alden. 18° cloth. Boston, 1835 

1955 Johnson, Mrs. Narrative of the Captivity of Mrs. John- 

son, containing an account of her sufferings, during four 
years with the Indians and French. First ed. 16° calf, 
red edges. Walpole, N. H., 1796 

1956 Johnson. The same. Fourth ed. 18° calf. Lowell, 1834 

1957 Johnson, Samuel. Dictionary of the English Language. 

First ed. 3 vols, large folio, calf, (cracked). 

London, 1755 

1958 Johnson. English Dictionary. 8*" sheep. Phila., 1834 

1959 Johnson. Life of Samuel Johnson, including a Journal 

of his Tour to the Hebrides. By James Boswell. New 
edition, with notes and additions, by J. W. Croker. 
50 plates. 10 vols. 16® cloth, uncut. London, 1844 

t8o CAtALOGtrfi. 

i960 Johnson, W. S. Life and Times of William Samuel 
Johnson, first Senator in Congress from Connecticut, 
and President of Columbia College, New York. By E. 
W. Beardsley. pp. 218. Portrait. 8° cloth. 

New York, 1876 

1961 Johnson, Charles. A Narrative of the Incidents attend- 

ing the Capture, Detention and Ransom of Charles 
Johnson , who was made prisoner by the Indians on the 
River Ohio, in 1790. pp. 264. 12° boards, uncut. 

New York, 1827 

1962 Jones, Charles C. Jr. Historical Sketch of Tomo-Chi- 

Chi, Mico of the Yamacraws. pp. 133. 8° boards, un- 
cut. Albany, 1868 
A. L. S. of the author inserted. 

1963 Jones. Hernando de Soto. The adventures encountered 

and the route pursued by the Adelantado during his 
march through the territory embraced within the pres- 
ent limits of the State of Georgia, pp. 43. Portrait. 
8° boards. Privately printed: Savannah, 1880 

1964 Jones. Addresses before the Confederate Survivors 

Association, 1885-9. 5 pamphlets. Augusta, Ga. 

1965 Jones. Sepulture of Major Gen. Nathanael Greene and 

of Brig-Gen. Count Casimir Pulaski, pp. 14; — Life and 
Services of Ex-Gov. C. J. Jenkins, a memorial address, 
July 23, 1883; — Biographical Sketch of Major John 
Habersham of Georgia, pp. 30, 1886; — Life and Ser- 
vices of Major Gen. Samuel Elbert of Georgia, 1887. 
4 vols. 8° paper. 

1966 Jones. Letters of Joseph Jones of Virginia, 1771-1787. 

(By W. C. Ford.) pp. 157. Royal 8° paper, uncut. 

Washington, 1889 
Only 250 copies printed. Presentation copy. 

1967 Jones, George. History of Ancient America, anterior 

to the Time of Columbus. Vol. i. The Tyrian Era. 
Third ed. pp. 461. Royal 8° cloth, uncut. 

London, 1843 

1968 Jones, Paul. Life of Paul Jones, from Original Docu- 

ments in the Possession of John Henry Sherburne, pp. 
320. 8° half russia, uncut, gilt top. London, 1825 

1969 Jones. Memoirs of, compiled from his Original Jour- 

nals and Correspondence, pp. 331, 341. 2v0ls.ini, 
12** cloth. London, 1843 

1970 Jones, Thomas. History of New York during the Revo- 

lutionary War, and the leading events in the other 
Colonies at that period. Edited by E. F. DeLancy. 
Maps and portraits on India paper. 2 vols, royal 8** 
cloth, uncut, gilt tops. New York, 1879 


1971 JoNSON, Ben. The Works of Beniamin Jonson. pp. 

1015. Engraved title and 2 inserted portraits. Small 
folio, half russia, (broken). 

William Stansby: London, 1616 

Jonson's own edition. 

With bookplates of Richard Morgan Graves, engraved by M. Dar- 
ling, and of £. D. Ingraham. 

1972 Jordan Memorial. Family Records of the Rev. Robert 

Jordan, and his Descendants in America. By T. F. 
Jordan, pp. 488. . Portraits. 8° cloth, uncut. 

Boston, 1882 

1973 JossELYN, John. New England's Rarities Discovered in 

Birds, Beasts, Fishes, Serpents and Plants of that Coun- 
try, pp. (1), I, H4, list of books, pp. 2, and dragon, 
pp. I. 16® calf, by Hayday. London, 1672 

Many wood cuts, with cut of lavender plant inserted. 
"The earliest work on the Natural History of New England, and 
deserves credit for its originality." 

1974 JossELYN. New England's Rarities. With an introduc- 

tion and notes by E. Tuckerman. pp. 169. Small 4° 
cloth, uncut. Boston, 1865 

Only 75 copies printed. 

1975 JossELYN. An Account of Two Voyages to New 

England .... A Description of the Countrey, Natives 
and Creatures, with their Mercantil and Physical use; 
the government of the countrey as it is now possessed 
by the English, pp. (i), 4, 279. 16° sheep. 

London, 1674 
With the Dragon opposite the title. 

1976 JossELYN. An Account of two Voyages to New Eng- 

land, made during the years 1638, 1663. pp. 211. 
Small 4° cloth, uncut. Boston, 1865 

Only 75 copies printed. 

1977 Journal of American Folk-Lore. Vols, i and 2. 2 

vols. 8° in parts, uncut. Boston, 1888-9 

1978 Journal, Acts and Proceedings of the Convention, 

assembled at Philadelphia, September 1787, which 
formed the constitution of the United States, pp. 510. 
8** sheep, (broken.) Boston, 1819 

1979 Juan and Ulloa. A Voyage to South America, describ- 

ing the Spanish cities, towns, provinces, etc., on that 
continent. Translated by John Adams, pp. 479, 420, 
(28). Map and plates. 2 vols. 8** cloth, uncut. 

London, 1806 

Autograph of Robert Southey, the binding by his daughters, with 
bookplate on reverse of first title. 


1980 JouTEL. Journal Historique du Dernier Voyage que M 

de la Sale fit dans le Golfe de Mexique,- pour trouver 
Tembouchure & le cours de la Riviere de Missicipi nom- 
m^e k present la Riviere de Saint Louis, qui traverse la 
Louisiane. Map. pp. 386. 12° old calf. Paris, 17 13 

1981 JouTEL. A Journal of the last Voyage performed by 

Mons. de la Sale, to the Gulph of Mexico, to find out 
the Mouth of the Mississippi River. Written in French 
by Monsieur Joutel. Map. pp. 210. 8** calf. 

London, 1714 
First English edition. 

1982 JuARROS, Don Domingo. Statistical and Commercial 

History of the Kingdom of Guatemala, in Spanish 
America. Translated by J. Baily. pp. 520. 2 maps. 
8** boards, uncut. London, 1823 

1983 JuDD, Rev. Sylvester. A Moral View of the Revolu- 

tionary War, a discourse delivered in Augusta, March 
13, 1842. pp. 48. 8° half roan. Hallowell, 1842 

1984 Junius. The Genuine Letters of Junius. To which are 

prefixed anecdotes of the author, pp. 366. 8° calf, 
(rebacked). London, 1771 

First collected edition, issued the year before the first authorized 

1985 Junius. (The first authorized Edition.) pp. 208, 356. 

2 vols. 16° calf. 

Printed for H. S. Woodfall: London, 1772 

1986 Junius; including letters by the same writers under 

other signatures. New and enlarged edition, by John 
Wade. pp. 476, 458. 2 vols. 12° cloth. 

Bohn: London, 1850 

1987 Junius. The History of Junius and his Works, and a 

review of the controversy respecting the identity of 
Junius, with appendix. By John Jaques. Portraits. 
8° cloth, uncut. London, 1843 

1988 Justice over Unjust Judges, pp. 27. 4° half roan, 

(name cut from title). Re-printed in the year 1732 




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Large 4° half calf. Utrecht, 1772 

1990 Kant, Emmanuel. Logic. Translated by John Rich- 

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199 1 Keach, Benjamin. Distressed Sion Relieved, a poem, 

wherein are discovered the grand causes of the churches 
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1992 Keach. War with the Devil; or, the young man's con- 

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1993 Keach. The same. Twenty-second edition, pp. 156. 

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1994 Keach. The Travels of True Godliness, from the be- 

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1995 Kean, Edmund. Life of Edmund Kean. pp. 216, 

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1996 Keate, George. A Short Account of the Ancient His- 

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1997 Keene, N. H. Annals of the Town of Keene, from 

1734 ^o 1790, with corrections, additions and a con- 
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120. Map. 8° half roan. Keene, 1851 

1998 Keightley, Thomas. The Fairy Mythology, illustrative 

of the romance and superstition of various countries, 
pp. 560. Frontispiece by Cruikshank. 12° cloth, uncut. 

London, 1850 

1999 Keith, George. The Presbytarian and Independent 

visible Churches in New England and elsewhere, brought 
to the test and examined, etc. pp. 230. 16® calf, gilt, 
uncut. London, 1691 

2000 Keith. A Journal of Travels from New-Hampshire to 

Caratuck, on the continent of North-America, pp. 92. 
Small 4° calf. London, 1706 

2001 Keith, William. The History of the British Plantations 

in America, with a chronological account of the most 
remarkable things, which happened to the first adven- 
turers in their several discoveries of that new world. 
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published.) 2 maps. 4° old calf. London, 1738 

2002 Keith. Collection of Papers and other Tracts, written 

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London, 1740 

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British Plantations in America, with respect to the interest of Great 
Britain. Sir William Keith was Governor of Pennsylvania from 
1717 to 1726. 

2003 Kelty, Mary Ann. Memoirs of the Lives and Persecu- 

tions of the Primitive Quakers. Second ed. 8° cloth, 
uncut. London, 1844 

2004 Kendall, E. A. Travels through the Northern Parts 

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2005 Kent, James. Commentaries on American Law. Tenth 

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2006 [Kennett, White.] Bibliotheca Americanae Primordia. 

An Attempt towards laying the Foundation of an Amer- 
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humbly given to the Society for Propagation of the Gos- 
pel in Foreign Parts, for the perpetual Use and Benefit 
of their Members, their Missionaries, Friends, Corre- 
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exactness, together with name of the printer, and the number of pages 
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2007 Kettell, Samuel. Specimens of American Poetry, with 

Critical and Biographical Notices. 3 vols. 12** half 
morocco, uncut, gilt tops. Boston, 1829 

2008 [Kettell.] Yankee Notions. A Medley. By Timo. 

Titterwell, Esq. pp. 255. 16** cloth. Boston, 1838 

2009 Kevser, C. S. Penn's Treaty with the Indians, pp. 99. 

Illustrations. 8** cloth. Philadelphia, 1882 

2010 KiDD, Captain. A Full Account of the Proceedings in 

Relation to Capt. Kidd. pp. 51. Small 4° half mo- 
rocco. London, 1701 

20 1 1 Kidder, Frederic. The Expeditions of Capt. John 

Lovewell, and his Encounters with the Indians, pp. 
134. Map. Royal 4° paper, uncut. Boston, 1865 

Large Paper : only 25 copies printed. 

2012 Kidder. Military Operations in Eastern Maine and 

Nova Scotia during the Revolution, pp. 336. Map 
and portrait inserted. 8** paper, uncut. Albany, 1867 

2013 Kidder. History of the First New Hampshire Regi- 

ment in the War of the Revolution, pp. 184. 8° cloth, 
uncut. Albany, 1868 

2014 Kidder. Adventures of Capt. Lovewell, pp. 10; — The 

Abenaki Indians; their treaties of 1713 and 1717, and 
a vocabulary, with a historical introduction, pp. 25, 
1859; — The Swedes on the Delaware and their inter- 
course with New England, pp. 13, 1874; — Discovery 
of North America, by John Cabot, pp. 15, 1878. 4 

2015 Kimball, D. T. The Fruits of Congregationalism; a 

Centennial Discourse, delivered before the First Church 
and Religious Society in Ipswich, Aug. 10, 1834. 8° 
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2016 KiNGSBOROUGH, Lord. Antiquities of Mexico: compris- 

ing Fac-similes of Ancient Mexican Paintings and Hier- 
oglyphics, preserved in the Royal Libraries of Paris, 
Berlin and Dresden, in the Imperial Library of Vienna; 
the Vatican Library, the Bodleian Library at Oxford, 
etc. Together with the Monuments of New Spain. By 
M. Dupaix. The whole illustrated with inedited manu- 
scripts. The drawings on stone by A. Aglio. 9 vols, 
imperial folio, half green morocco, uncut edges, gilt 
tops. London, 1831-1848 

2017 KiNGSLEY, Charles. Hypatia; or, New foes with an old 

face, 2 vols., 1854; — Lectures delivered in America, 
1874; — Westward Ho (Works, Vol. 6), 1881; — Plays 
and Puritans, and other historical essays (Works, Vol. 
16). 5 vols. 12° cloth. 

2018 Kingston, Mass. Report of the Proceedings and Exer- 

cises at the 150th Anniversary of the Incorporation of 
the Town of Kingston, June 27, 1876. pp. 151. Maps. 
4** paper. Boston, 1876 

2019 Kingston, W. H. G. John Deane of Nothingham, his 

Adventures and Exploits, pp. 416. Illustrations. 12° 
cloth. London. 

2020 Kip, W. 1. Early Jesuit Missions in North America. 

Plate. 2 vols, in one. 12** full morocco, gilt, red edges. 

New York, 1846 

2021 KiRKE, Henry. The First English Conquest of Canada; 

with some Account of the earliest Settlements in Nova 
Scotia and Newfoundland, pp. 227. Map. 8° cloth, 
uncut. London, 1871 

2022 [KiRKLAND, Mrs. C. M.] Forest Life. pp. 250, 234. 

2 vols. 12® cloth. New York, 1842 

2023 Knapp, S. L. Biographical Sketches of eminent Law- 

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2284 Massachusetts. Journal of Debates and Proceedings 

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2287 Massachusetts. Lectures delivered in a Course before 

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2288 Massachusetts Election Sermons for 1777, *S^, '88, 

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2290 Massachusetts Historical Society Collections. Vols. 

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Volume I consists of pp. i to 208, taken from the American 
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2291 Massachusetts Historical Society Collections. Plrst to 

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gether 38 vols. 8°. Boston, 1 792-1889 


2292 Massachusetts Historical Society Collections. Re- 

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cut Boston, 1806-43 

2293 Massachusetts Historical Society Collections. Second 

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Boston, 1806 

2294 Massachusetts Historical Society Collections. Reprint 

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boards, uncut. Boston, 1848 

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2296 Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings, from 

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Second series, vols. 1 to 8. Illustrated with portraits, 
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With many notices of meetings, newspaper clippings, autograph 
letters, etc., laid in. 

2297 Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings. Vols. 

I, 2 and 3, 1791 to 1858. Steel portraits. 3 vols. 8** 
cloth. Boston, 1859-80 

2298 Massachusetts Historical Society. Proceedings in 

memory of W. H. Prescott, Feb. i, 1859; — Report of a 
Committee on Exchanges of Prisoners during the Am- 
erican Revolutionary War, Dec. 19, 1861; — Memoir of 
Abbott Lawrence, 1856. 3 vols. 8** half roan. Boston. 

2299 Massachusetts Historical Society. Act of Incorpora- 

tion, with the by-laws, list of resident members, etc. 
1857 and 1873. 2 vols. 8** cloth. 

2300 Massachusetts Historical Society. Catalogue of Books, 

Pamphlets, etc. (By Rev. Timothy Alden.) 8° half 
roan. Boston, 181 1 

2301 Massachusetts Historical Society. Catalogue of 

Books in the Massachusetts Historical Society Library. 
8° half calf, gilt. Boston 1796 

2302 Massachusetts Historical Society. Catalogue of the 

Library, pp. 732, 651. 2 vols. 8** cloth. Boston, i860 

2303 Massie, J. W. Continental India, pp. 477, 478. Map. 

2 vols. 8° cloth, uncut. London, 1840 


2304 Massinger, Philip. A New Way to pay Old Debts, a 

comedie. First ed. Small 4° half fussia, (worn). 

London, 1633 

2305 Mather, Cotton. Late Memorable Providences relating 

to witchcrafts and possessions. The second impression, 
pp. 144. 16^ sheep. London, 1691 

2306 Mather. The Wonders of the Invisible World, being 

an account of the tryals of several witches lately exe- 
cuted in New England, etc. pp. 98. 4** calf, extra. 

London, 1693 
Half title inlaid and restored, also top of title mended. 
** Mather was the principal mover of the prosecutions against the 
unfortunate persons condemned as witches in New England." 

2307 Mather. The Wonders of the Invisible World: Being 

an Account of the Tryals of Several Witches Lately 
Executed in New England: And of several Remarkable 
Curiosities therein Occurring. Published by the Special 
Command of his Excellency the Governour of the Prov- 
ince of Massachusetts Bay in New England. The Sec- 
ond ed. pp. 62. 4° full red morocco. (4 leaves crop- 
ped at bottom, but restored in manuscript.) 

Printed first, at Boston in New Eng- 
land, and reprinted at London, for John Dunton, 1693 

This second edition is exceedingly rare, and omits much that is 
found in the first edition. The paging is very irregular, jumping from 
24 to 43 — then following p. 50 is 41. 

2308 Mather. The Wonders of the Invisible World, being 

an account of the Trials of several Witches lately exe- 
cuted in New England, with a farther account, by In- 
crease Mather. Portrait. 16° cloth, uncut. London, 1862 

2309 Mather. The Life and Death of the Rev. Mr. John 

Eliot, who was the first preacher of the gospel to the 
Indians in America, pp. 168, 4. Third ed., carefully, 
revised. 16° calf, gilt edges. 

John Dunton: London, 1694 

2310 Mather. Johannes in Eremo. Memoirs Relating to 

the Lives of the Ever-Memorable Mr. John Cotton, Mr. 
John Norton, Mr. John Wilson, Mr. John Davenport 
and Mr. Thomas Hooker. 16° crimson morocco, gilt, 
uncut. Printed for Michael Perry: Boston, 1695 

The lives are separately paged: pp. 32, 80, 39, 46, 30. Preface by 
Increase Mather (pp. 3-12). "To the Reader," 10 pp., by Increase 
Mather. After the Introduction, is the Advertisement of the au- 
thor's projected "Church History of New England" (The Magnalia), 
with "A Schaeme of the Whole Work" (pp. 28-32). 

The Memoir of Thomas Hooker is wanting. 

231 1 Mather. A Good Man making a Good End. The Life 

and Death of the Rev. Mr. John Baily. pp. 88. 16** 
original sheep, uncut. B. Green & J. Allen; Boston, 1698 


2312 Mather, Cotton. Ecclesiastes. The Life of the Rev- 

erend and Excellent Jonathan Mitchel; a pastor of the 
church, and a Glory of the College in Cambridge, 
New England, pp. 112. 16® claret morocco, red edges. 

B. Green & J. Allen: Boston, 1697 
"Edward Langdon's Book, 1722'* **£lizabeth Sumner, 1766." 

2313 Mather. Magnalia Christi Americana: or, the Eccle- 

siastical History of New England from its Planting in 
the year 1620 unto the year 1698. In Seven Books. I. 
Antiquities. II. The Lives of the Governours. III. 
The Lives of sixty famous Divines. IV. An account 
the University at Cambridge. VI. A Faithful Record 
of Illustrious Providences. VII. The Wars [with the 
Indians], etc., etc. With the original map, also inserted 
fac-simile of portrait of Increase Mather by I. Sturt, 

ionly 25 printed), and a portrait of Cotton Mather, 
both inlaid). Folio, calf, (rebacked). 

London, printed for Thomas Parkhurst 
at the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside, 1702 

Large Paper. Size I4|^x8ji^ (The Brinley copy measuring 13^ 
xSj^ was called by Mr. Trumbull a very large copy). 

The above has the original map, the list of books, and a fac-simile 
of the Errata. 

2314 Mather. Reprint of the Errata to the Magnalia. pp. 2. 

Small folio. (2 copies). 

2315 Mather. Magnalia Christi Americana. P'irst American 

edition, pp. 573, 595. 2 vols. 8° sheep, (worn). 

Hartford, 1820 

2316 [Mather.] A Good Evening for the best of Dayes; 

An Essay to manage an Action of Trespass against 
those who mispend the Lord's Day Evening, pp. 26. 
16° morocco. B. Green: Boston, 1708 

2317 [Mather.] Things to be more thought upon; a Brief 

Treatise on the Injuries offered unto the Glorious and 
only Saviour of the World, pp. 108. 18° sheep. 

T. Fleet: Boston, 1713 
Autograph: "Samuel Sewall, his book, July 23, 1713, Brooklin. 
The gift of Mr. William Dummer.*' 

2318 Mather. Nuncia Bona e Terra Longinqua; a Brief Ac- 

count of some Good and Great Things a doing for the 
Kingdom of God, in the midst of Europe, pp. 14. 16** 
calf. B. Green: Boston, 17 15 

2319 Mather. Psalterium Americanum. The Book of 

Psalms, in a translation exactly conformable unto the 
original; but all in blank verse, fitted unto the tunes 
commonly used in our churches; . . Added, some other 
portions of the Sacred Scriptures, to enrich the car- 
tional. pp. (2), 36, 426. 16° sheep. Boston, 1718 


2320 Mather, Cotton. India Christiana. A Discourse 

Delivered unto the Commissioners for the Propagation 

of the Gospel among the American Indians, etc. pp. 

4), 88 [92].) i8° morocco, ,witha rare slip of corrigenda 

pasted inside of cover. B. Green, 172 1 

"That the more Curious may have a Taste of the Language where- 
in, the Indians are instructed in Religion, Mather prints (pp. 52- 
55 doubled,) * The Religion which all good men are united in,' in In- 
dian, with English translation opposite." 

2321 Mather. The Christian Philosopher; a Collection of 

the best discoveries in nature, with religious improve- 
ments, pp. 304. 8° half calf, gilt. London, 1721 

2322 Mather. Parentator; Memoirs of Remarkables in the 

Life and Death of the ever-memorable Dr. Increase 
Mather, who expired August 23, 1723. pp. 245. 12*' 
sheep. B. Green: Boston, 1724 

2323 Mather. Parentator. Another copy. Portrait by R. 

White, pp. 245. 12° full crimson morocco, extra, un- 
cut. (Top of title and of portrait mended.) 

B. Green: Boston, 1724 

2324 Mather. Ratio Disciplinae Fratrum Nov-Anglorum; a 

faithful account of the discipline professed and prac- 
ticed in the churches of New England, pp. 207, 3. 
Portrait inserted. 16** calf, gilt, yellow edges, by Bed- 
ford. S. Gerrish: Boston, 1726 

2325 Mather. Essays to do Good ; addressed to all Christ- 

ians. New edition. 12° half sheep. Boston, 1808 

2326 Mather. The Life of Mr. Thomas Dudley. Edited 

by Charles Deane. pp. 20. 8® cloth, uncut. 

Only 100 copies printed. Cambridge, 1870 

2327 Mather. The Discipline practised in the Churches of 

New England. From Magnalia Christi Americana. 12'' 
half calf. London, n. d. 

2328 Mather. Life of. By Samuel Mather, pp. 186. 8** 

calf. S. Gerrish: Boston, 1729 

2329 Mather. Abridgment of the Life of. Taken from the 

account of him, by Rev. Samuel Mather, pp. 143. 16° 
calf. London, 1744 

2330 Mather, Increase. The First Principles of New Eng- 

land, concerning the Subject of Baptisme and Com- 
munion of Churches, pp. 40, 7. Small 4° half calf, 
uncut. (Corner of title neatly repaired.) 

S. Green: Cambridge, 1673 

2331 Mather. An Earnest Exhortation to the Inhabitants 

of New England, etc. (Title, preface and pp. i to 16 
only.) John Foster: Boston, 1676 


2332 Mather, Increase. A Brief History of the War with 
the Indians Jn New-England. From June 24, 1675 
(when the first Englishman was Murdered by the 
(Indians to August 12, 1676, when Philip, alias Meta- 
comet, the principal Author and Beginner of the War, 
was slain. . . . Together with a serious Exhortation to 
the Inhabitants of that Land. 4 preliminary leaves, pp. 
51, (i), 8. Small 4^ smooth calf extra. 

Printed for Richard Chiswell: London, 1676 

This copy has the leal preceding the title page, with half title, in 
large type :' " The Wars of New-England," (The " Serious Exhorta- 
tions,*' though named in the Title, is not given in this edition.) 

Inserted is a fac-simile of the map published with Hubbard's In- 
dian Wars, no map was issued with this book. 

** No epithet can be too strong to characterize the scarcity of the 
one introuvable which so long escaped the search of American 
collectors ; so rare, that Prince did not secure it for his New England 
Library." — Brinley Catalogue. 

2333 Mather. A Relation of the Troubles which have 
, hapned in New-England, by reason of the Indians there. 

From the year 1614 to the year 1675. Wherein the fre- 
quent Conspiracyes of the Indians to cutt off the Eng- 
lish, and the wonderful providence of God, in disap- 
pointing their devices, is declared, etc. pp. 76, 19. 
Small 4° calf, uncut. (Corners of few leaves mended.) 

John Foster: Boston, 1677 

With the Autograph of Increase Mather on the title page, also of 
Jorusha Mather, his daughter. 

2334 Mather. An Essay for the Recording of Illustrious 

Providences. Wherein an account is given of many re- 
markable and very memorable events, which have hap- 
pened in this last age; especially in New-England, pp. 
(22), 372. 16° sheep. Printed 

by Samuel Green for Joseph Browning: Boston, 1684 
The Crowninshield copy. 

" This book is extremely rare, and is not to be found in the library 
of the Antiquarian Society at Worcester, nor in the library at Cam- 
bridge." — E. A. Crowninshield. 

The table of contents at the end is missing. 

2335 Mather. Pray for the Rising Generation. Last Ser- 

mon, preached the third day of the 5th moneth, 1678. 
The third Impression, pp. (i), 2, 165-198. t6° mo- 
rocco. Printed by R[ichard] P[ierce]: (Boston), 1685 

This is the third part of Mather's " A Call from Heaven," etc., 
first printed by Foster in 1679. 

2336 Mather. The Mystery of Christ opened and applyed. 

pp. 214. 18° polished calf extra, gilt edges, by Bed- 
roRp. Boston, 1686 

2j8 catalogue. 

2337 [Mather, Increase.] A Sixth Collection of Papers re- 

lating to the present juncture of Affairs in England, 
contains: A Narrative of the Miseries of New England 
by reason of an arbitrary Government errected there. 
(By Increase Mather.) pp. 34. 4® half morocco. 

London, 1689 

2338 Mather. A Further Account of the Tryals of the New- 

England Witches. With the observations of a person 
who was upon the place several days when the suspected 
Witches were first taken into examination. To which 
is added, Cases of Conscience concerning Witchcrafts 
and evil spirits personating Man, written at the request 
of the ministers of New England. Written by Increase 
Mather, President of Harvard College, pp. 2, 10, 4, 
39, 8. Small 4® full polished calf extra, gilt edges, by 
Pratt. Printed for John Dunton: London, 1693 

2339 Mather. A Further Account of the Tryals of the New 

England Witches, pp. 10. Small 4**. London, 1693 

These are the title page and 10 pp. of text "collected by Deodat 
Lawson/* prefixed to the English edition of Mather's Cases of Con- 
science, etc. 

2340 Mather. Cases of Conscience concerning evil Spirits, 

personating Men, Witchcrafts, infallible Proofs of Guilt 
in such as are accused with that Crime, pp. 67, 7. 16** 
sheep. B. Harris; Boston, 1693 

2341 [Mather.] Gospel Order revived, being an Answer to a 

Book lately set forth by the Rev. Mr. Increase jMather, 
entituled, The Order of the Gospel, etc. By sundry 
ministers of the Gospel in New England, pp. 40. Small 
4° polished calf, uncut, by Bedford. 

Printed in the Year 1700 
Advertisement and last leaf in fac-simile. 

2342 [Mather.] A Collection of some of the many offensive 

Matters contained in a Pamphlet, entituled. The Order 
of the Gospel revived, pp. 24. 18° calf. Boston, 1701 

The preface *' To the Reader '* is by Increase Mather, and the 
body of the book is by Cotton Mather. 

2343 Mather. A Discourse concerning the Maintenance due 

to those that preach the Gospel, etc. pp. 60. 16° inlaid 
to 4°, the last leaf in MSS. 4° half morocco. 

B. Green: Boston, 1706 

2344 Mather. A Discourse concerning the Grace of Cour- 

age, pp. 44. 16® morocco. B. Green: Boston, 17 10 
Artillery Sermon preached at Boston, June 5, 17 10. 

2345 Mather. Remarkable Providences illustrative of the 

earlier days of American Colonization. Portrait. 16'' 
cloth, uncut, London, 1856 


2346 Mather, Increase. A Disquisition Concerning Ecclesi- 

astical Councils. Proving, that not only Pastors, but 
Brethren delegated by the Churches, have equally a 
Right to a decisive Vote in such Assemblies. To which is 
added, Proposals concerning Consociation of Churches, 
pp. ^2), 20,47, (i). 18° calf. 

Printed for Nicholas Boone, 1716 

The Preface is dated' Oct. 30, 17 16. In the preface to "Two 
Discourses,*' published in (July) 17x6, Mather says: "Some years 
ago, I wrote a Disquisition concerning Ecclesiastical Councils. . . . 
In suppressing the Publication of it so long, I have attended the 
Old Advice, In nonum prematur ad Annum ... I have designed 
that Discourse as my Last and Dying Advice to the Churches in 
New-England, (p. ix.) 

2347 Mather. History of King Philip's War, also a history 

of the same war by Rev. Cotton Mather. With an in- 
troduction and notes, by S. G. Drake, pp. 281. Por- 
traits. Royal 4° boards. Boston, 1862 
Largs paper. 

2348 Mather. Early History of New England. With an 

introduction and notes, by S. G. Drake, pp. 309. 
Small 4° cloth, uncut. Boston, 1864 

2349 Mather. The same. Large Paper. Royal 4® boards. 

Boston, 1864 

2350 Mather. Memoirs of the Life of. With a preface by 

the Rev. Edmund Calamy. Portraits of Mather, R. 
White and Edward Calamy inserted, pp. 88. 8** 
polished calf, extra, red edges, by Bedford. 

London, 1725 

2351 Mather. Increase Mather, the Agent of Massachusetts 

Colony in England for the concession of a charter. By 
William H. Whitmore. Small 4® paper, uncut. 

Boston, 1869 

2352 Mather, Nathaniel. A Sermon wherein is shewed that 

it is the duty and should be the care of believers in 
Christ, to live in the constant exercise of grace, pp. 
28. 16° calf. Printed by R. P.: Boston, 1684 

2353 Mather, Richard. A Modest and Brotherly Answer 

to Mr. Charles Herle, his book against the independence 
of churches, pp.58. Small 4° half roan. London, 1644 

2354 Mather. The Life and Death of that Reverend Man of 

God, Mr. Richard Mather, teacher of the church in 
Dorchester in New England. Inserted portrait, pp. 
38. Square 16** light calf, yellow edges. 

Printed by S. G. and M. J. : Cambridge, 1670 
Title in fac-simile by Harris. 


2355 [Mather, Richard.] Church-Government and Church 
Covenant discvssed, in an answer of the Elders of 
the severall churches in New England to two and 
thirty questions sent over to them by divers minis- 
ters in England. . . Together with an apologie of 
the said Elders in New-England for Church-Covenant. 
... As also in an answer (by John Davenport) to 
nine positions about Church Government (Address to 
the reader, by Hugh Peters.) pp. (4), 84, (2), 78. 
Small 4° old calf. (Bottom of title and margin of leaf 
of preface mended). I^ondon, 1643 

*' The 32 Questions, the Answer whereof was Mr. Richard Mather, 
and not any other Elder or Elders in New England ; who is likewise 
the author of the discourse concerning Church Covenant printed 
therewith ... as he writes in a letter to a son of his now in 
England." — Preface to a Disputation concerning Church-Members^ etc., 
London, 1659. 

'* The 9 Positions (though written by Mr. Davenport) had the 
approbation of the rest of the Elders in New England.*' — /. Mather's 
Discourse concerning the Unlawfulness of Common Prayer ^ p. 14. 

*' An Apologie '' and " x\n Answer . . . unto Nine Positions*' have 
separate title-pages, but continuous paging. 

2356 Mather, Samuel. A Sermon after the Decease of the 

very Reverend and Learned Cotton Mather, who ex- 
pired Feb. 13, 1727-8. pp. 26. Small 8° calf, gilt. 

G. Rogers: Boston, 1728 

2357 Mather. An Apology for the Liberties of the Churches 

in New England, pp. 216. 8° half calf, gilt. 

T. Fleet: Boston, 1738 

With autograph of Edmund Quincy. 

2358 [Mather.] An Attempt to Shew that America must be 

known to the Ancients, made at the request and to 
gratify the curiosity of an inquisitive gentleman, to 
which is added an appendix concerning the American 
Colonies and some modern managements against them, 
pp. 35. 8° half roan, uncut. Boston, 1773 

2359 [Mather.] (Reply to.) Diana's Shrines turned into 

Ready Money by Priestly Magic; or, virtue given up. 
Being remarks on remarks in the northern Priest's 
Pamphlet, entitled A — a known to the a — ts. pp. 23. 
8** half morocco, (title mended). New York, 1773 

2360 Mather. The Mather Family. By Enoch Pond. Por- 

trait. 16° cloth. Boston, 1844 

2361 [Mauduit, Israel.] A Short View of the History of the 

Colony of Massachusetts Bay, with respect to their 
original Charter and Constitution, pp. 71. 8° half calf. 

London, 1769 


2362 Mauduit. a Short View of the History of the New 

England Colonies, with respect to their Charters and 
Constitution, pp. 100. Fourth ed. 8** half roan. 

London, 1776 

2363 Mauduit. The same. Third ed. pp.93. 8** half mo- 

rocco. London, 1774 

2364 Maundeville, Sir John. The Voiage and Travaile of 

Sir John Maundeville, which treateth of the way to 
Hierusalem; and of Marvayles of Inde. pp. 391. 8** 
diamond calf. London, 1725 

2365 Maverick, Samuel. A Briefe Description of New Eng- 

land and the severall towns therein, 1660. Small 4° 
paper, uncut. Boston, 1885 

2366 Maxwell, William. Virginia Historical Register and 

Literary Note Book. Vols. 1-6. 6 vols, in 3 vols. 8° 
half roan. Richmond, 1848-53 

2367 May, Col. John. Journal and Letters of Col. John May 

of Boston, relative to two journeys to the Ohio country, 
in 1788 and '89. With a biographical sketch by Rev. 
R. S. Edes, and notes by W. M. Darlington, pp. 160. 
8** cloth, uncut. Cincinnati, 1873 

2368 May, T. E. Constitutional History of England, since 

the accession of George Third, 1 760-1860. pp. 484, 
596. 2 vols. 8° cloth, uncut. Boston, 1863 

2369 Mayer, Brantz. Tah-gah-jute, or Logan and Captain 

Michell Cresap; — Calvert and Penn, or the Growth of 
Civil and Religious Liberty in America, as disclosed in 
the planting of Maryland and Pennsylvania. 2 vols. 8** 
boards and half roan. Baltimore, 185 1-2 

2370 Mayer. Tah-gah-jute; or Logan and Cresap, an his- 

torical essay, pp. 204. 8° paper, uncut. Albany, 1867 

2371 Mayer. Captain Canot; or, twenty years of an African 

slaver. Plates. 12° cloth. New York, 1856 

2372 Mayhew, Experience. Indian Converts; or, some ac- 

count of the lives and dying speeches of a considerable 
number of the christianized Indians of Martha's Vine- 
yard in New England, pp. 310, 16. 8° calf. 

London, 1727 

2373 Mayhew. Grace defended, in a Modest Plea for an 

Important Truth, pp. 208. 8** straight grained mo- 
rocco, red edges. Boston, 1744 

2374 Mayhew. Observations on the Indian Language. Pub- 

lished from the original MS. by J. S. H. Fogg. Small 
4** paper, uncut. Boston, 1884 

Only 100 copies printed. 


2375 Mayhew, Jonathan. A Discourse wherein the Mystery 

of King Charles* Saintship and Martyrdom is unriddled, 
preached Jan. 30, 1749-50. pp. 55. 8° half morocco, 
gilt. Boston, 1750 

2376 Mayhew. Observations on the Charter and Conduct of 

the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts, pp. 176. 8° calf. Boston, 1763 

2377 Mayhew. Defence of the Observations on the Charter 

and Conduct of the Society for the Propagation of the 
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phy, 1810; — Coleman's Historical Text Book and Atlas 
of Biblical Geography, 1854. 7 vols. 8** half calf, sheep 
and cloth. 


2503 Morton. Nathaniel. New England's Memorial; or, a 

Brief Relation of the most Memorable and Remarkable 
Passages of the Providence of God, manifested to the 
Planters of New England, in America; With special 
Reference to the first Colony thereof, called New Pli- 
mouth. As also a Nomination of divers of the most 
Eminent Instruments deceased, both of Church and 
Commonwealth, improved in the first beginning and 
after-progress of sundry of the respective Jurisdictions 
in those Parts; in reference unto sundry Exemplary 
Passages of their Lives, and the time of their Death, 
pp. (12), 198, (10.) Small 4° calf, gilt, red edges. 
Cambridge. Printed by S(amuel) G(reen) and M(ar- 
maduke J(ohnson), for John Usher of Boston, 1669 

First edition, with autograph of John Farmer. 

This book is one of those commonly referred to as " the comer 
stone " of the early history of New England. 

" Concerning the extreme rarity of this first edition of this im- 
portant writ, it will be sufficient to remark, that we know of but 
three perfect copies in the United States.'* — Sabin^s Dictionary. 

2504 Morton. New England*s Memorial. Small 4^ sheets 

folded. Boston, 1669 

Imperfect copy of the first edition, comprises, text, pp. 1-198, (last 
leaf and pp. 39-40 imperfect.) 

2505 Morton. The same. Second ed. pp. 249. 16** calf, 

(foxed.) Reprinted for Nicholas Boone: Boston, 1721 

2507 Morton. The same. Third ed. pp. 208, (8.) Small 

4** sheep. Reprinted: Newport, 1772 

2508 Morton. The same. Fourth ed. 12° half morocco. 

Plymouth, 1826 

2509 Morton. The same. Fifth ed., with notes by John 

Davis. Fac-simile map inserted and manuscript notes 
by the Editor. 8° mor., extra, uncut edges. Boston, 1826 

2510 Morton. The same. Sixth ed. pp. 515. Portrait 

and plate. 8° cloth. Boston, 1855 

25 n Morton, Thomas. New English Canaan, containing an 
Abstract of New England, composed in three Bookes. 
The first Booke setting forth the originall of the Na- 
tives, their Manners and Customes, together with their 
tractable Nature and Love towards the English. The 
second Booke setting forth the naturall Indowments of 
the Country, and what staple Commodities it yealdeth. 
The third Booke setting forth what people are planted 
there, their prosperity, what remarkable accidents have 
happened since the first planting of it. pp. 192. 4® 
half calf. Printed at Amsterdam. 1637 

A book of such rarity that Mr. Muller, the Amsterdam book- 
seller, remarks : " Although this book is printed in my native place. 
Amsterdam, I have never seen or heard of it here." 


2512 Morton, Mrs. S. W. The Power of Sympathy; or, the 

Triumph of Nature, founded on Truth, pp. 138, 158. 
Frontispiece. 2 vols, in i. 12^ sheep, (broken). 

Boston, 1789 
Rare first edition, suppressed. 

2513 [MouRT, G.] A Relation or Journal of the beginning 

and proceedings of the English Plantation setled at 
Plimoth in New England, by certaine English Aduen- 
turers both Merchants and others. With their difficult 
passage, their safe arriuall, their ioyfull building of, and 
comfortable planting themselves in the now well de- 
fended Towne of New Plimoth. As also a Relation of 
Fovre seuerall discoueries since made by some of the 
same English Planters there resident, I. In a iourney 
to Pvckanokick the habitation of the Indians greatest 
King Massasoyt. II. In a voyage made by ten of them 
to the Kingdome of Nawset, to seeke a boy that had 
lost himselfe in the woods. III. In their iourney to the 
Kingdome of Namaschet, in defence of their greatest 
King Massasoyt, against the Narrohiggonsets. IV. 
Their voyage to the Massachusets, etc. pp. 72. Small 
4** morocco, extra, gilt edges, (title and some leaves 
remargined). Printed for John Bellamie, London, 1622 

Another " corner stone " and almost unobtainable in as good 
condition as this copy. 

" A daily journal of the first twelve months, (Sept., 1620 to Dec. 
II, 1 621), aoubtless written by Bradford and Winslow. — //. M. 

2514 Mourt's Relation; or. Journal of the Plantation at Ply- 

mouth. With an introduction and notes, by H. M. 
Dexter. Map. pp. 176. Small 4® cloth, uncut. 

Boston, 1865 
Only 250 copies printed. 

2515 MosHEiM, J. L. Ecclesiastical History, from the Birth 

of Christ to the Beginning of the eighteenth Century. 
Translated by A. Maclaine. pp. 822. Imperial 8** 
sheep. London, 1833 

2516 [Motley, J. L.] Merry-Mount; a Romance of the 

Massachusetts Colony. First ed. pp. 222,249. 2 vols, 
in I. 12° cloth. Boston, 1849 

2517 Motley. John Lothrop Motley, a Memoir. By O. W. 

Holmes. First ed. pp. 278. Portrait. Small 4° cloth. 

Boston, 1879 
Presentation copy with autograph of the author. 

2518 MouLTON, J. W. and Gates, J. V. N. History of the 

State of New York, including Aboriginal and Colonial 
Annals, pp. 428. Plate, 2 vols, in one. 8** morocco, 
giltp New York, 1824-O 


2519 [MoTTLfcY, Juhn.] Joe Miller's Jests; or, the Wits 

Vade-Mecum, London 1739. PP* 7o- 8** half roan, 
uncut. (Reprint:) London, 1862 

2520 MuLLER, F. Catalogue of Books relating to America, 

including a large number of rare works printed before 
1700. pp. 104. 12** half roan. Amsterdam, 1850 

2521 MuNOZ, Don J. B. History of the New World, with 

notes by the translator. Vol. i. (all published.) pp. 
552. Portrait and map. 8° sheep, (cracked). 

London, 1797 

2522 MuNSELL, J. A Chronology of Paper and Paper-Making. 

pp. no. 8** half roan. Albany, 1857 

2523 MuNSELL*s Historical Series. 8 vols, small 4** cloth, pa- 

per and bqards, uncut. Albany, 1857-87 

Comprises: I. Commissary Wilson's Orderly Book. VII. Or- 
derly Hook of Lieut. Gen. John Burgoyne, edited by £. B. O'Calla- 
han. VIII. Early Vovages up and down the Mississippi, with an 
introduction, notes and index by J. G. Shea. XI. Orderly Book of 
Sir John Johnson, 1776-7. Annotated by W. L. Stone. XII. Had- 
den*s Journal and Orderly Books, kept in Canada and upon Bur- 
goyne's Campaign, 1 776-1 777. With notes by H. Rogers. XIII. 
Account of Red Jacket and his People, 1750-1830, by J. N. Hubbard. 
XIV. Journal of Captain Pausch, 1776-7, during the Burgoyne Cam- 
paign. Translated by W. L. Stone. XVI. Digby's Journal of the 
British Invasion, 1776-7. With historical notes by J. P. Baxter. 

2524 Murphy, Henry C. The Voyage of Verrazano; a Chap- 

ter in the Early History of Maritime Discovery in 
America. Maps. 8° half morocco. New York, 1875 

2525 Murphy. Catalogue of his Library, Books relating to 

America, sold by auction, New York, March 1884. pp. 
434. With addenda and list of prices. Royal 8^ paper. 

New York, 1884 

2526 Murray, A. M. Letters from the United States, Cuba, 

and Canada. Map. 2 vols, in i. S^ cloth. 

London, 1856 

2527 Murray, H. A. Lands of the Slave and the Free; or, 

Cuba, the United States and Canada. Illustrated. 2 
vols. 12° half roan. London, 1855 

2528 Murray, Rev. James. An Impartial History of the 

present War in America, pp. 573, 576. Numerous 
scarce portraits. 2 vols. 8** half calf. Newcastle, (1779) 

2529 Murray, Rev. John. Records of the Life of. Written 

by Himself. Portrait by A. Bowen. 12° morocco, 
gilt. Boston, 1827 

2530 Murray's Family Library, comprising: British Painters, 

Sculptors and Architects, by Allan Cunningham; — 
Trials of Charles the First; — Salmagundi, by Irving; 
— History of New York, by Irving. Steel portraits 
and plates. 9 vols. 16^ cloth, uncut. London, 1830-39 


2531 MuzzEY, A. B. Reminiscences of Men of the Revolu- 

tion, and their Families, pp. 424. Illustrations. 8® 
cloth. Boston, 1883 

2532 Mynshul, Gefifray. Essayes and Characters of a Prison 

and Prisoners. London 1618. pp. 91. 12® half calf, 
uncut, (broken). Reprinted: Edinburgh, 1821 

2533 Mystery (The) of Money explained, and illustrated by 

the Monetary History of England, from the Norman 
Conquest to the present time. pp. 272. 8** cloth, un- 
cut. London, 1862 

2534 ^JaLSON, J. A True Copy of the Journal of the 
i 1 High Court of Justice for the Tryal of K. Charles 

I. pp. 128, 6. Fine portrait of Charles I, by R. White. 
Folio, calf. * London, 1684 

2535 Nantes, (Edict of.) Nouember the 29. The true origi- 

nall Edict of Nants as it was enacted by Henry the 
Third, and conformed by the last French King Henry 
the Fourth, pp. 53. Small 4® half morocco. 

London, 1622 

2536 Nantucket, Mass. History of Nantucket, together 

with the rise and progress of the whale fishery. By 
Obed Macy. pp. 300. Map. 12® cloth. Boston, 1835 

2537 Napoleon. Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, with a 

continuation, embracing an account of the Hundred 
Days, and of his residence and death at St. Helena. 
By M. de Bourrienne. pp. 796, 819. Maps and plates. 
2 vols, royal 8** cloth, uncut. Glasgow. 

2538 Napoleon. Memoirs of Napoleon, his Court and Family. 

By Duchess D'Abrantes. pp. 548, 520. 16 plates. 2 
vols. 8° cloth, uncut. . London, 1836 

2539 Napoleon. Las Cases, Count de. Journal of the Pri- 

vate Life and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon 
at Saint Helena. 4 vols. 8® half sheep. Boston, 1823 

2540 Nason, Elias. Sir Charles Henry Frankland, Baronet; 

or Boston in the colonial times, pp. 129. 8° paper, 
uncut. Albany, 1865 

2541 Nason. A Monogram on our National Song. pp. 69. 

8® cloth, uncut. Albany, 1869 

2542 Natick, Mass. History of, from 1650 to 1830. By 

William Biglow. pp. 87. 8*^ half roan. Boston, 1830 

2543 Natick. History of, from its first settlement in 1651, 

to the present time. By Oliver M. Bacon, pp. 261. 
Plates. 8* cloth. Boston, 1856 

2544 Natick. Nonantum and Natick. By Sarah S. Jacobs. 

Illustrations. 12° cloth. Boston, 1853 


2545 Narragansett Club Publications. 6 vols. 4° cloth, un- 

cut. Subscriber's Copy. Providence, 1866-74 

Only 200 copies printed. 

I. A Key into the Language of America, or a help to the lan- 
guage of the natives in that part of America called New England, 
etc., by Roger Williams, 1643. 

II. A Reply to Roger Williams. His Examination by John 
Cotton, edited by Rev. John L. Diman; Queries of the Highest Con- 
sideration, edited by R. A. Guild. 

III. The Bloudy Tenent of Persecution, for Cause of Conscience, 
discussed in a Conference between Truth and Peace, etc., edited by 
S. L Caldwell. 

IV. The Bloudy Tenent, yet More Bloudy, by Mr. Cotton's 
endeavor to wash it white in the Blood of the Lambe; of the 
blood of Millions spilt in former and late Wars, for Conscience's 
Sake, etc., etc., by Roger Williams, edited by S. L. Caldwell. 

V. George Fox digg'd out of his Burrowes, edited by Rev. J. 
Lewis Diman. 

VI. Letters to Roger Williams, 1632-1682, edited by J. R. 

2546 National Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Americans; 

a series of 160 fine steel engravings from the most au- 
thentic portraits. With biographical sketches of cele- 
brated authors. 4 vols. 8** half morocco. Phila., 1834 

2547 Naunton, Sir Robert. Fragmenta Regalia, or observa- 

tions on the late Queen Elizabeth, her times and 
favorites, pp. 43. Small 4° morocco. 

Printed Anno Domini, 1641 
Original edition. 

2548 Naunton. Fragmenta Regalia, pp. 40. Portrait of 

Queen Elizabeth by R. Elstrak. Small 4° calf. 

Printed Anno Domini, 1642 

2549 Naunton. Fragmenta Regalia. New Edition, with 

notes and a memoir of the author, pp. 156. Fine por- 
traits. 8** morocco, gilt. London, 1824 

2550 Naunton. The Court of Queen Elizabeth; originally 

written by Sir Robert Naunton, under the title of 
** Fragmenta Regalia." With considerable biographical 
additions, by James Caulfield. pp. 114. Numerous 
portraits. 4** half morocco, gilt. London, 1814 

2551 Naval Monument, containing official and other accounts 

of all the battles fought between the navies of the 
United States and Great Britain during the late war. 
pp. 326. Plates. 8° sheep, (broken). Boston, 1840 

2552 Naval Temple: containing a complete history of the 

battles fought by the navy of the United States, from 
1794 to the present time. Second ed. Plates, pp. 
322. 8** half roan, uncut. Boston, i8i6 


2553 Naville, Edouard. The Siore-City of Pithom, and the 

Route of the Exodus. 13 plates and 2 maps. pp. 32; 
— Tanis, Part I. 1883-4. By W. M. F. Petrie. 19 

plates, pp. 64. 2 vols, royal 4® boards. London, 1885 
Egypt Exploration Fund Publications. 

2554 Neal, Daniel. History of New England, containing an 

impartial account of the civil and ecclesiastical affairs of 
that colony, to the year 1700. pp. 712, 15. Map. 2 
vols. 8" half morocco, gilt. London, 1720 

2555 Neal. History of New England, containing an impartial 

account of the civil and ecclesiastical affairs of the 
country to the year of Our Lord 1700; to which is added 
the present state of New-England, pp. (6), (8), 392, 
380. Map. 2 vols. 8® calf, (rebacked). Loq^on, 1747 

2556 Neal. History of the Puritans. New edition. 3 vols. 

8° half morocco, gilt. London, 1837 

2557 Negro Plot. An Account of the late intended insurrec- 

tion among a portion of the blacks of the city of Char- 
leston, S. C. pp. 46. 8° half calf, gilt. Boston, 1822 

2558 Neilson, Charles. An Original, compiled and corrected 

account of Burgoyne's campaign, and the memorable 
battles of Bemis' Heights, Sept. 19, and Oct. 7, 1777. 
pp. 292. Map. 12° cloth. Albany, 1844 

2559 Neill, Edward D. History of Minnesota, from the 

earliest French explorations to the present time. pp. 
628. Numerous maps and plates. Royal 4^ cloth. 
Large Paper: only 100 copies printed. Phila., 1858 

2560 Neill. Terra Mariae; or threads of Maryland colonial 

history. 12** cloth. Phila., 1867 

2561 Neill. Pocahontas and her Companions, a chapter 

from the history of the Virginia Company of London, 
1869; — History of the Virginia Company of London, 
with letters to and from the first colony never before 
published, 1869; — Virginia Vetusta, during the reign of 
James the First, a supplement to the history of the 
Virginia Company, 1885; — Virginia Carolorum: the 
colony under the rule of Charles the First and Second, 
A.D. 1625-1685, based upon manuscripts and documents 
of the period, 1886. 4 vols, small 4** cloth and paper, 
uncut. Albany. 

2562 Neill. The Fairfaxes of England and America in the 

seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, 1868; — The Eng- 
lish Colonization of America during the seventeenht cen- 
tury, 187 1 ; — The Founders of Maryland as pourtrayed 
in manuscripts, provincial records and early documents, 
1876. 3 vols. 8° cloth, uncut. Albany and London. 



2563 Neill. Petition to Congress praying the publication of 

the Virginia Company of London, 1868; — Extracts 
from the manuscript transactions of the Virginia Com- 
pany of London, 1868; — Sir George Calvert, First Lord 
Baltimore, 1869; — Memoir of Rev. Patrick Copland, 
187 1 ; — Maryland not a Roman Catholic Colony, 1875; 
— Notes on the Virginia Colonial Clergy, 1877; — 
Early Settlement of Virginia and Virginiola, 1878; — 
Maryland in the Beginning, 1884; — The Last French 
Post, 1887 ; — Light thrown by the Jesuits upon hitherto 
obscure points of early Maryland history; — Writings 
of Louis Hennepin; — Virginia Carolorum. 16 pam- 

2564 Neill, Henry. Historical Notes on the Ancestry and 

Descendants of. (By Edward D. Neill.) pp. 33. 8** 
paper. Privately printed, 1886 

2565 Nell, William C. Services of Colored Americans in the 

Wars of 1776 and 181 2. Second ed. pp. 40. 8** boards. 

Boston, 1852 

2566 Nell. Colored Patriots of the American Revolution. 

PP- 39^- Frontispiece. 12° cloth. Boston, 1855 

2567 Neuman and Baretti. Dictionary of the Spanish and 

English Languages. 2 vols. 8® sheep, (broken). 

New York, 1842 

2568 New Bedford, Mass. History of New Bedford, includ- 

ing a history of the old township of Dartmouth and the 
present townships of Westport, Dartmouth and Fair- 
haven. By Daniel Ricketson. pp. 412. 12° cloth. 

New Bedford, 1858 

2569 Newbury, Mass. A Sketch of the History of Newbury, 

Newburyport and West Newbury, from 1635 ^^ ^^45- 
By Joshua Coffin, pp. 416. Portraits. 8° cloth. 

Boston, 1845 

2570 Newburyport, Mass. History and Present State of the 

Town of Newburyport. By Caleb Gushing, pp. 129. 
12° boards, uncut, (name torn from title). 

Newburyport, 1826 

2571 Newburyport. History of Newburyport, from the 

earliest settlement of the country to the present time. 
By Mrs. E. Vale Smith, pp. 414. Plate. 8** cloth. 

Newburyport, 1854 

2572 Newburyport. Presentation of the Statue of Washing- 

ton to the City of Newburyport. pp. 75. Plates. 8° 
half morocco. Newburyport, 1879 


2573 New England. A Brief Relation of the Discovery and 

Plantation of New England, and of sundry accidents 

therein occurring, from 1607 to 1622. pp. 35. 4° half 

morocco. London, 1622 
Seven leaves in fac-simile and title mended. 

2574 New England. The Humble Petition and Address of 

the General Court sitting at Boston in New England, 
unto the high and mighty Prince Charles the Second, 
pp. 8. Small 4° half roan. Printed in the Year 1660 

2575 New England. A True Account of the Most Consider- 

able Occurrences that have hapned in the Warre be- 
tween the English and the Indians in New England, 
from the Fifth of May, 1676, to the Fourth of August 
last; as also of the successes it hath pleased God to give 
the English against them: as it hath been communicated 
by letters to a friend in London. The most exact ac- 
count yet printed. Title, pp. 10. Small folio, antique 
calf, red edges. Benjamin Billingsley: London, 1676 

2576 New England. A New and Further Narrative of the 

State of New England, being a continued account of 
the Bloudy Indian War, from March till August, 1676. 
Giving a perfect relation of the several devastations, 
engagements and transactions there; as also the great 
successes lately obtained against the barbarous Indians, 
the reducing of King Philip, and the killing of one of 
the queens, etc. Together with a catalogue of the 
losses in the whole, sustained on either side, since the 
said war began, as near as can be collected. Title, 14 
pp. Small folio, antique calf, red edges. 

Printed by F. B. for Dorman Newman: London, 1676 

2577 New England. News from New England. London, 

1676. 4° cloth. Reprint: Boston, 1850 

2578 New England. A True Relation concerning the Estate 

of New England, 1634. With notes by Dr. C. E. Banks, 
pp. 15. Small 4° paper, uncut. Boston, 1886 

2579 New England Historical and Genealogical Register. 

Complete set. Vols, i to 42. Portraits. 38 vols, 
half morocco, gilt, and 4 vols, in parts, uncut. Together 
42 vols. 8®. Boston, 1847-84 

2580 New England Historic Genealogical Society. Memorial 

Biographies. 1845-1862. 4 vols. 8** cloth, uncut, gilt 
tops. Boston, 1880-85 

2581 New England Historic Genealogical Society. Proceed- 

ings 187 1*-89 complete. 19 pamphlets. 

2582 New England Magazine. Edited by J. T. and E. Buck- 

ingham. Portraits. 7 vols. 8® boards. Boston, 1831-34 


2583 New England Primer Improved. Cuts. 48** half roan. 

S. Hall: Salem, 1784 

2584 New England Primer. 48® boards. Printed by 

T. M. Pomroy for S. & E. Butler: Northampton, 1806 

2585 New England Primer. 48® boards. 

Printed for Isaiah Thomas, Jr. : Springfield, 1807 

2586 New England Primer. 48*^ boards. Walpole, N. H., 1814 

2587 New England Primer. 48** boards. 

George Goodwin & Sons: Hartford, 1820 

2588 New England Primer. 48° paper. 

Benj. Olds: Newark, 1824 

2589 New England Primer. 48** paper. Phila., 1840 

2590 New England Primer. 48° boards. Hartford, 1843 

2591 New England Primer. 48** paper. Trenton, 1846 

2592 New England Primer. 48° boards. 

Benj. True: Boston, n. d. 

2593 New England Primer. 48° boards. 

S. A. Howland: Worcester. 

2594 New England Primer. 48° paper. M. Day: New York. 

2595 New England Primer. 48° paper. 

S. Babcock: New Haven. 

2596 New England Primer. 48® boards. 

Mass. Sabbath School Soc. : Boston. 

2597 Primers. Evangelical Primer, containing a minor doctri- 

nal Catechism, by Joseph Emerson. 72 woodcuts, pp. 
72, Bost., 1844; — Progressive Primer, by Mrs. Good- 
heart. Woodcuts, pp. 36. Concord. 2 vols. 16® paper. 

2598 New England Psalms. The Psalms, Hymns, and Spirit- 

ual Songs of the Old and New Testament, for the use, 
etc., especially in New England. Fifteenth ed. pp. 
84. 18° half sheep. London, 1725 

2599 New England Psalms. The same. 27th ed. pp. 334. 

18® morocco. Boston, 1762 

2600 Newgate Calendar; or, Malefactor's Universal Register, 

containing new and authentic Accounts of all the Lives, 
Adventures, Exploits and last-dying Speeches, of the 
most notorious Criminals who have suffered Death, and 
other exemplary Punishments. With numerous notes, 
by William Jackson. Upwards of 40 plates. 7 vols. 8® 
French mottled calf, extra, yellow edges. 

London, (1804) 

a6oi Newgate, Conn. History of Newgate of Connecticut, 

at Simsbury, now East Granby; its Insurrections and 

Massacres, etc. By R. H, Phelps. Portrait. Small 

4** cloth. Albany, j86o 


2602 Newhall, James R. Essex Memorial for 1836, embrac- 

ing a Register of the County, pp. 281. Map. 16° 
half roan. Salem, 1836 

2603 New Hampshire. An Address of the Convention for 

Framing. a new Constitution of Government for the 
State of New Hampshire, pp. 63. 8® half roan, (name 
cut from title). Portsmouth, 1781 

2604 New Hampshire. Laws of the State of New Hampshire. 

pp. 492. 8** sheep. Portsmouth, 1797 

With American bookplate of John Williams and autograph, "John 
Williams, 1800." 

2605 New Hampshire. Provincial Papers. Edited by N. 

Bouton. Volume I. 1631-1686. 8® cloth. Concord, 1867 

With photograph of MSS. inserted and autograph letters from the 
editor laid in. 

2606 New Hampshire Sermons. Hale's Sermon at the Ordi- 

nation of Joseph Woodman, Nov. 13, 177 1 ; — Eames's 
Sermon on the Death of John Tucker, March 22, 1792; 
— Holt's Discourse, Jan. 31, 1838. 3 vols. 8® half roan. 

2607 New Hampshire. Historical Pamphlets relating to. 

Exeter Quarter-Millenial, 1888; — Address on N. H. 
and Vermont, by Clark Jillson, 1882; — Address of 
Charles H. Bell, May 22, 1873; — Exeter in 1776; — 
Services of New Hampshire in the Revolution; — Notes, 
historical and bibliographical on the Laws of New 
Hampshire; — Notes on the First Planting of New 
Hampshire, by J. S. Jenness, etc. 20 historical 

2608 New Hampshire at the Centennial. Compiled by J. B. 

Moore. Portrait. 8® cloth. Manchester, 1876 

2609 New Hampshire Book. Being Specimens of the Litera- 

ture of the Granite State. 12° cloth. Nashville, 1844 

2610 New Hampshire Historical Society Collections. Vol- 

umes 1-8. Vols. 1-5 in half calf, gilt, vols. 6-8 in cloth. 
Together 8 vols. 8**. Concord, 1824-66 

261 1 New Haven, Conn. History and Antiquities of New 

Haven. By J. W. Barber, pp. 120. Plates. 12° half 
calf, gilt. New Haven, 1831 

2612 New Haven. Historical Discourse by J. L. Kingsley at 

the 200th Anniversary of the First Settlement of the 
Town and Colony, April 25, 1838. 8° boards. 

New Haven, 1838 

2613 New Haven. Thirteen Historical Discourses on the 

Completion of 200 years from the Beginning of the First 
Church in New Haven. By L. Bacon, pp. 400. Por- 
traits. 8® morocco, gilt. New Haven, 1839 


2614 New Ipswich, N. H. History of, from its First Grant in 

1736 to the present Time. pp. 488, 4. Plates. 8® 
cloth. Boston, 1852 

2615 New London, Conn. History of, from 1612 to 1852. 

By Frances M. Caulkins. pp. 680. 8® cloth. 

New London, 1852 

2616 Newman, Samuel. (Teacher of the Church at Rehoboth 

in New England.) Large and Complete Concordance 
to the Bible in English. Second impression. Thick 
folio, calf, (no paging.) London, 1650 

2617 New Netherland. Vertoogh van Nieu Nederland; [by 

Van der Donck.] and Breeden Raedt aende vereeniche 
Nederlandsche Provintien. Two Rare Tracts, Printed 
in 1649-50, relating to the Administration of Affairs in 
New Netherland. Translated from the Dutch by Henry 
C. Murphy, New York, 1854. Royal 4® cloth. At the 
Hague, 1650. pp. 190. Reprinted: New York, 1854 
Only 125 copies printed. 

2618 Newnham, W. Essay on Superstition, pp. 430. 8° 

half calf, gilt. London, 1830 

2619 Newport, R. L Early Recollections of Newport, from 

1793 to 181 1. By George G. Channing. pp. 284. 12** 
cloth, (title mended). Newport, 1868 

2620 Newport. Controversy touching the Old Stone Mill, in 

the Town of Newport, R. I. Frontispiece. 12® calf. 

Newport, 1851 

2621 Newport. Cahoone, Sarah S. Visit to Grand-Papa; 

or, a Week at Newport, pp. 213. Plates. 12® cloth. 

New York, 1840 

2622 Newspapers. The Boston News-Letter. June20, 1715; 

— The New England Weekly Journal, April 8, 1728; — 
The Boston Evening Post, Oct. 11, 1742. (3) 

2623 Newspapers. The Spectator. English daily newspaper, 

published by Joseph Addison, March i, 171 1. Oct. 17, 
Oct. 19, and Dec. 26, 171 1. (3) 

2624 Newspapers. Votes of House of Commons, April 7, and 

26, May 5, 8, and 13, 1690. (5) 

9625 Newspapers. The London Gazette. Published first at 
Oxford, the court being there on account of the plague, 
Nov. 7, 1665, and afterwards at London, Feb. 5, 1666. 
Six numbers of this early newspaper, March 16, 1678, 
Dec. 31, 1685, Jan. 24, i688, Jan. 9, 1692, Jan. 12, 1692 
and Feb, 6, 1692; — and one number of The Observer, 
April 14, 1683. (7) 


2626 Newspapers. The Bustoii News-Letter. April 17, 

1704, the first newspaper ever printed in America. Re- 
print (2} and reprints of the Connecticut Courant, Oct. 
29, 1764 and of the Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Ad- 
vertiser, Sept. 21, 1784; — Boston Gazette and County 
Journal, March 12, 1770, in deep mourning and con- 
taining a full account of the Boston Massacre, March 5, 
1770, (reprint); — Bunker Hill Centennial, 1 775-1875, 
a paper, 8 pages folio, printed and published by Rand 
Avery & Co., Franklin St., Boston, June 17, 1875 ^°^ 
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connected with the Battle of Bunker Hill. Together 6 

2627 New Testament in English translated by John Wycliffe, 

circa 1380. Now first printed from a contemporary 
manuscript. 4° half morocco, roxburgh style. 

Pickering: London, 1848 

2628 Newton, Mass. History of the Early Settlement of 

Newton, from 1639 to 1800. By Francis Jackson, pp. 
556. Map and portrait. 12^ cloth. Boston, 1854 

2629 New York. Documents Relative to the Colonial His- 

tory of the State of New York; Procured in Holland, 
England and France, by John Romeyn Brodhead, Esq., 
Agent. . . . Edited by E. B. O'Callaghan, M. D. 
[With Index Complete.] With a General Introduction 
by the Agent. 11 vols, large 4° cloth. Albany, 1856-61 

2630 New York. Journal of the Legislative Council of the 

Colony of New York, began the 9th day of April, 1691, 
and ended the 27th of September, 1743. pp. 814. Folio, 
half sheep. Albany, 1861 

2631 New York. A Description of the Province and City of 

New York; with Plans of several Forts as they existed 
in the year 1695. By the Rev. John Miller. Maps. 8° 
boards, uncut. London, 1843 

2632 New York City. The Picture of New York. By a Gen- 

tleman residing in this City. (Dr. S. L. Mitchell.) 16® 
sheep. New York, 1807 

2633 New York City. New York during the last Half Cen- 

tury; a Discourse in Commemoration of the 53d Anni- 
versary of the New York Historical Society, Nov. 17, 
1857. By J. W. Francis, pp. 232, 27. 8® half mo- 
rocco. New York, 1857 

2634 New York City during the American Revolution; being 

a Collection of Original Papers from the Manuscripts in 
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New York City. pp. 196. Large paper. Map. Impe- 
rial 8® cloth, uncut. New York, 1861 


2635 New York Historical Society Collections. First series. 

Vols. 1 to 4. Second series. Vols, i, 2, 3. Publica- 
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paper. New York, 1811-68 

2636 New York Historical Society. Discourse by De Witt 

Clinton, Dec. 6, 181 1; — Oration by George Bancroft, 
Nov. 20, 1854; — Dutch at the North Pole, by De Pey- 
ster; — Proceedings on the Death of W. H. Prescott, 
Feb, 1859; — Seven Articles from the Church of Ley- 
den, 161 7; — Declaration by the Colony of Massachu- 
setts Bay. 7 vols. 8® half roan. New York. 


2637 New York Historical Society. The Dutch at the North 

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Letter, 1862; — Commemoration of the Conquest of 
New Netherlynd on its 200th Anniversary, 1864; — Ad- 
dress, Nov. 22, 1864, by F. de Peyster; — Address Dec. 
19, 1867, by C. S. Henry; — Bigelow's Recollections of 
Antoine P. Berryer, 1869; — Declaration of Indepen- 
dence by the Colony of Massachusetts, May 1, 1776; — 
Life and Administration of Richard, Earl of Bellomont, 
by F. de Peyster, 1879; — Peace Negotiations, by John 
Jay, 1884; — Address, Nov. 16, 1886, by G. E. Ellis; 
— Proceedings on the Death of William H. Prescott, 
1869. 13 pamphlets. New York. 

2638 Nichols, John. Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth 

Century, 9 vols. ; and Illustrations of the Literary His- 
tory of the Eighteenth Century, 8 vols. . Numerous 
fine portraits. Together 17 vols. 8° full calf, gilt, (bind- 
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In this set 151 extra portraits are inserted. 

2639 Nichols, J. T. G. Sermon delivered at Saco, May 16, 

1852, on the Death of Samuel Peirson. pp. 28. Por- 
trait. 8° half roan. Privately printed: Boston, 1852 

2640 Nicholas, Sir Harris. History of the Battle of Agin- 

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2641 Nicolas. The Chronology of History, pp. 400. Sec- 

ond ed. 16° cloth, uncut. London. 

2642 NiLES, H. Principles and Acts of the Revolution in 

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Baltimore, 1822 


2643 Nicolas, N. H. History of the Orders of Knighthood 

of the British Empire, of the Order of the Guelphs of 
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4 vols, royal 4** cloth, uncut. 

London: William Pickering, 1842 

2644 Noble, Mark. Memoirs of the Protectorate House of 

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2645 NofeLE. Lives of the English Regicides, and other Com- 

missioners of the pretended High Court of Justice ap- 
pointed to sit in Judgment upon their Sovereign King 
Charles the First, pp. 383, 336. 2 vols. 8** half mo- 
rocco. London, 1798 

2646 Noble, Oliver. Sermon preached at Arundel, at the 

Ordination of the Rev. Mr. Silas Moody, January 9, 
1771. pp. 32. 8° morocco. Salem, 1771 

2647 NoN-coNFORMiSTS. A Brief Vindication of the Non- 

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2648 NoRDENSKiOLD, A. E. Our Broderna Zenos Resor, och 

de aldsta Kartor ofer Norden ; — Trois Cartes precolom- 
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land.) 2 pamphlets royal 8^ paper. Stockholm, 1883 

2649 NoRRiDGEWOCK, Me. History of Old Towns of Norridge- 

wock and Canaan, including Norridgewock, Canaan, 
Starks, Skowhegan and Bloomfield, to 1849. ^y J- ^• 
Hanson, pp. 371. Plate. 12° cloth. Boston, 1849 

2650 NoRTH-American and West-Indian Gazetteer. 12'' half 

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2651 NoRTH-American and West-Indian Gazetteer. Second 

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2652 North American Review, 1817-62. 23 numbers 8** pa- 

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2653 North American Review, Index to vols, i to 125, 1815- 

77. By William Cushman, Jr. 8° cloth. 

Cambridge, 1878 

2654 North Carolina. A Defence of the Revolutionary His- 

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2 vols. 12° cloth and sheep. 


2655 NoRTHCOTE, Sir John. Note Book of Sir John North- 

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House of Commons during the first Session of the Long 
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136. 8® cloth, uncut. London, 1877 

2656 North Eastern Boundary. Report and Resolves in 

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2657 Northampton, Mass. Address delivered at Northamp- 

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Northampton, 1855 

2658 Norton, Andrews. The Evidences of the Genuineness 

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2659 Norton, Charles B. Literary Letter, comprising Am- 

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2660 Norton. The same. Nos. i, 3 and 4. 3 parts small 

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2661 Norton, John, of Ipswich. A Discussion of that Great 

Point in Divinity, the Suiferings of Christ; and the 
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the Boston Elders another thick 4to book under a similar title." 

2662 Norton. Abel being dead yet speaketh; or, the life and 

death of Rev. Mr. John Cotton, late teacher of the 
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2663 Norton. The Orthodox Evangelist; with a preface by 

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2664 Norton. The same. 4° calf. London, 1654 

2665 Norton. The Orthodox Evangelist. London, 1657. 

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2666 Norton. The Heart of New-England rent at the Blas- 

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2667 Norton, Mass. History of, from 1669 to 1859. By 

G. F. Clark, pp. 659. Portrait. 12° cloth. 

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2668 Norway, Me. History of. By David Noyes. pp 215. 

8° cloth. Norway, 1852 

2669 Norwich, Conn. History of, from 1660 to 1845. ^y 

Miss F. M. Caulkins. pp. 359. Plates. 12** cloth. 

Norwick, 1845 

2670 Norwich. History of, from its Possession by the Indians 

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traits. 8"* cloth. Hartford, 1874 

2671 [Norwood, Abraham.] Acts of the Elders, commonly 

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Providence, 1842 

2672 Nova Scotia Historical Society Collections. Vols, i to 

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2673 Novels and Novelists of the i8th Century; — Men and 

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2674 NovES, James. (Teacher of the Church at Newbery in 

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2675 /^'CALLAGHAN, E. B. Documentary History of the 
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2676 O'Callaghan. History of New Netherland; or. New 

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2677 O'Callaghan. Remonstrance of New Netherlahd, and 

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2679 OccoM, Samson. Sermon at the Execution of Moses 

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2680 Ogilby, John. America; being the latest and most ac- 

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2681 Oglethorpe, James. Biographical Memorials of James 

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2682 Ohio Historical and Philosophical Society. Journal. 

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2684 Old English Plays. The Second Maiden's Tragedy, a 

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2686 [Oldmixon, J.] The British Empire in America, con- 

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2687 Oldys, William. The British Librarian, exhibiting a 

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2688 [Oliver, Peter.] A Poem sacred to the Memory of the 

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2689 Oliver. The Puritan Commonwealth, an Historical Re- 

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502. 8® cloth. Boston, 1856 

2690 Orderly Book of that Portion of the American Army 

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2691 Orderly Book of Col. William Henshaw of the American 

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2692 Oregon, a short history of a long journey from the At- 

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3693 Orono, Me. Centennial Celebration and Dedication of 
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2694 Orta, Garcia Ue. Aromatuiii et Simplicium aliquot 

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2695 OsBORN, Francis. Works, Divine, Moral, Historical, 

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2696 Otis, James. Life of James Otis of Massachusetts. By 

William Tudor. Portrait and plates. 8** half morocco. 

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2697 Otway, Thomas. Works of, consisting of Plays, Poems 

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2698 OviDius Exulans; or Ovid Travestie. A Mock-Poem of 

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86. 18** half calf. London, 1673 

2699 Owen, John. Britannia Depicta, or Ogilby improved; 

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2700 Oxford, (Eng.) A Hand Book for Visitors to Oxford. 

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2701 Oxford, Mass. The Huguenots in the Nipmuck Coun- 

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2702 I JACKARD, Alpheus S. Memorial of, 1 798-1 884. 
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2703 Pagan, Count of. An Historical and Geographical De- 

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2704 Paget, John. A Defence of Church-Government, ex- 

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2705 Pagitt, E. Christianographie; or the Description of 

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2706 Pagitt. Heresiography, or a Description of the Here- 

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2707 Paine, R. T., Jr. Works in verse and prose, with 

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2708 Paine, Robert Troup. Memoir of, by his Parents, pp. 

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2709 Paine, Thomas (Pastor in Weymouth). Sermon preached 

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2710 Paine, Thomas. Political Writings. pp. 507, 516. 

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27 1 1 Paine. Theological Works, pp.384. 12** half calf. 

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27T2 [Paine.] Common Sense; addressed to the Inhabitants 
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2713 Paine. Rights of Man; being an Answer to Mr. Burke's 

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2716 Paine. The Ruling Passion; Phi Beta Kappa Poem at 

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2719 Palev, William. Principles of Moral and Political Phil- 

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2720 Palfrey, John G. Academical Lectures on the Jewish 

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2721 Palfrey. History of New England. Maps. Vols. 1 

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2722 Palfrey. Compendious History of New England, from 

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2723 Palgrave, W. G. Dutch Guiana. pp. 264. Map. 

8® cloth, uncut. London, 1876 

2724 Palmer, Joseph. Necrology of Alumni of Harvard 

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2725 Pamphlets. President's Messages to Congress, April 

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of Paper-Money in the American Colonies anterior to 
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2727 Pardoe, Julia. The Court and Reign of Francis the 

First, King of France, pp. 530, 640. Portraits. 2 
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2728 Pardoe. Louis the Fourteenth, and the Court of 

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2729 Parish, Sir W. Buenos Ayres and the Provinces of the 

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2730 Park, Mungo. Travels in the Interior Districts of 

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London, 1799-1815 

2731 Park. Journal of a Mission to the Interior of Africa, 

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2732 Parker, Joel. Daniel Webster as a Jurist; — Habeas 

Corpus; — International Law; — Character of the Re- 
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Cambridge, 1853-76 

2733 Parker. A Biographical Memoir of the late Sir Peter 

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4^ boards, uncut. London, 1815 

2734 Parker, Samuel. Bishop Parker's History of his own 

Time. Translated from the Latin, by Thomas Newlin. 
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2735 Parker, Theodore. Discourses and Sermons, 1841 to 

1850. 24 vols. S^ half roan. Boston. 

2736 Parliamentary Debates on the Dissenters* Chapels 

Bill, A. D. 1844. pp. 492. 8'' cloth. London, 1844 

2737 Parnell, Thomas. Poems on several Occasions, pp. 

222. 8° calf. London, 1737 

2738 Parr, Samuel. Bibliotheca Parriana; a Catalogue of the 

late Rev. Samuel Parr. pp. 708, 8. Portrait. 8° boards, 

uncut. London, 1827 

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2739 Parsons, Theophilus. Memoir of Theophilus Parsons, 

Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massa- 
chusetts, pp. 476. Portrait. 12® cloth. Boston, 1859 

2740 Parton, James. General Butler in New Orleans. His- 

tory of the Administration of the Department of the 
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8"* cloth. New York, 1864 

2741 Passavant, M. Tour of a German Artist in England, 

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2744 Pattie, James O. Personal Narrative of James O. 

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2800 Pike, James L. The New Puritan; New England two 

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2846 PoPHAM, Sir John. Reports and Cases collected by Sir 

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3000 Reeve, Jphn and Lodowick Muggleton. A Divine Look- 

ing-Glass; or, the third and last Testament of Our Lord 
Jesus Christ. Third ed., 1719, pp. 200; — An Answer 
to Isaac Pennington, 17 19, pp. 24; — A Discourse be- 
tween John Reeve and Richard Leader, pp. 16; — An 
Epistle of the Prophet Reeve, 1656, pp. 24; — True In- 
terpretation of the Witch of Endoz, 1724, pp. 50. Small 
4** half morocco. London. 

3001 Reeves, John. History of the Government of the Island 

of Newfoundland. 8® calf. London, 1793 

3002 Rehoboth, Mass. History of Rehoboth, Mass., com- 

prising a History of the present Towns of Rehoboth, 
Seekonk and Pawtucket. By Leonard Bliss, Jr. pp. 
294. 8° cloth. Boston, 1836 

3003 Rehoboth in the Past; an Historical Oration delivered 

on July 4, i860. By S. C. Newman, pp. 112. 8° 
cloth. Pawtucket, i860 

3004 Reinhard, F. V. Memoirs and Confessions. Trans- 

lated by O. A. Taylor, pp. 359. Portrait. 12° half 
calf, gilt. Boston, 1832 

3005 Rengger and Longchamps. The Reign of Doctor Jo- 

seph Gaspard Roderick de Francia in Paraguay; being 
an Account of a six Years' Residence in that Republic, 
from 1819-1825. pp. 208. 8° half calf. London, 1827 

3006 Report from the Select Committee on Public Libraries. 

pp. 317. Small folio, paper. London, 1849 

3007 Reports of the Prison Discipline Society, Boston, 1826- 

'S57. 3 vols. 8® cloth. Boston. 

3008 Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian 

Magazine, consisting of Criticisms upon, Analysis of, 
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London, 1820-26, 1828, 1853-54 

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3009 Revolutionary. Detail and Conduct of the American 

War under Generals Gage, Howe, Burgoyne and 
Vice Admiral Lord Howe, 1780; — Taxation no Tyran- 
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Sheffield's Observations on the Commerce of the United 
States, 1784, etc. 6 vols. 8° half roan and calf. 

3010 Reynolds, Sir Joshua. Literary Works of. With a 

memoir of the author, by H. W. Beechey. pp. 463, 
493. Portrait. 2 vols. 12® cloth, uncut. London, 1846 

30 1 1 Rhode Island. Records of the Colony of Rhode Island 

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Largb Paper : only 50 copies printed. 

3012 Rhode Island. Indian Names of Places in Rhode 

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Hunter's Oration at Newport, July 4, 1801; — Discourse 
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Hist. Soc, by W. Ganimell, 1883, 1886, 1887, 1888; — 
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Historical Sketch of the Redwood Librarv and Athen- 
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3013 Rhode Island. A Concise History of the Efforts to 

obtain an Extension of Suffrage in Rhode Island from 
181 1 to 1842, by Jacob Freeze; — Life and Recollections 
of John Howland, by E. M. Stone, 1857; — Life and 
Times of Thomas Wilson Dow, with outlines of the 
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livered at Providence, 1836 in commemoration of the 
first settlement of Rhode Island; — Proceedings of the 
First General Assembly of **The Incorporation of 
Providence Plantations " and the Code of Laws adopted 
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Brief Account of Emissions of Paper Money made by 
the Colony of Rhode Island, 1837. 6 vols. 8® and 12® 
half roan, cloth and boards. 

3014 Rhode Island Historical Society Collections. 7 vols. 

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Providence, 1827-85 


3015 Rhode Island Historical Society Proceedings, 1872-1878. 

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— Parsons' Discourse, Feb. 16, 1852; ' — Arnold's 
Discourse, Jan. 17, 1853. 7 vols. 8° half roan. 


3017 Rhode Island Historical Society. Annual Reports, ist, 

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the Iroquois, a paper by C. H. Hall, read Feb. 21, 1882. 

7 pamphlets. New York. 

3018 Rhode Island Historical Tracts. Nos. i, 4, 6 to 19, 

(parts I and 2.) Illustrations. 18 vols, small 4^ paper, 
uncut. Providence, 1877-84 

Only 250 copies printed. 

3019 Rich, O. Bibliotheca Americana. Complete set. 6 

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I. Catalogue of Books. 1 500-1700. 

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3020 Rich. Bibliotheca Americana Nova. Part 2 of Vol. 2, 

printed on one side of the leaf only. 8° cloth. 

London, 1846 

3021 Rich. Books relating to America. 1493-1700. pp. 4. 

4** paper. 

3022 [Rich, Robert.] Hidden Things brought to Light; or 

the discord of the Grand Quakers among themselves, 
discovered in some letters written to and from George 
Fox, James Nayler and John Perrott. pp. 44, 7. Small 
4° half roan. Printed in the year 1678 

3023 Richard II. The Life and Reign of King Richard the 

Second. By a Person of Quality, pp. 240. Portrait. 
16** calf, gilt, (cracked). London, 1681 

3024 Richardson, Charles. New Dictionary of the English 

Language. 4 vols, royal 4** boards. 

W. Pickering: London, 1836 

3025 Richardson, Samuel. Clarissa, or the history of a 

young lady. Comprehending the most important con- 
cerns of private life. Copper plate frontispieces. 8 
vols, 12** calf, (worn). London, 176^ 

2S2 Catalogue. 

3026 Richmond, J. W. Rhode Island Repudiation; or the 

history of the Revolutionary Debt of Rhode Island. 
Second ed. 8° cloth. Providence, 1855 

3027 RiCRAFT, Josiah. A Survey of England's Champions 

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Only 50 copies printed. 

3028 Rider, S. S. Book Notes. Vols. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, 

(lacks a few nos.) 5 vols. 8** half roan and paper. 

Providence, 1885-9 

3029 RiDGLEV, Thomas. A Body of Divinity, wherein the 

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Glasgow, 1770 

3030 RiEDESEL, Madame de. Letters and Memoirs relating 

to the War of American Independence, and the Capture 
of the German troops at Saratoga. 12** antique calf, 
gilt, red edges. New York, 1827 

3031 RiEDESEL. Letters and Journals relating to the War of 

the American Revolution, and the capture of the Ger- 
man troops at Saratoga. Translated by VV. L. Stone, 
pp. 235. Portrait. 8° cloth, uncut. Albany, 1867 

3032 RiGGS, L. R. Tah-Koo-Wah-Kan; or, the Gospel 

among the Dakotas. Portrait, pp. 491. 12° cloth. 

Boston, 1869 

3033 Ringgold, C. A Series of Charts, with Sailing Direc- 

tions of California. Imperial 8** cloth. Washington, 185 1 

3034 RiTTENHOUSE. Memoirs of the Life of David Ritten- 

house. By William Barton. Portrait. 8° calf. 

Phila., 1813 

3035 [RiTSON, Joseph.] Bibliographia Poetica; a catalogue 

of English poets of the i2th-i6th Centuries, with a 
short account of their works, pp. 402. 12° calf. 

London, 1802 

3036 Rivers, W. J. A Sketch of the History of South Caro- 

lina to the close of the Proprietary Government by the 
Revolution of 17 19. pp.470. 8° cloth. Charleston, 1856 

3037 RoBBiNS, Rev. P. Sermon preached at the Ordination 

of the Rev. Chandler Robbins, in Plymouth, January 1 

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3038 RoBBiNS, Thomas. Historical View of the First Plan- 

ters of New England, pp. 300. 16° sheep. 

Hartford, 1815 


3039 RoBBiNS. Diary of, 1 796-1854. Edited by Increase 

N. Tarbox. pp. 1052, 1131. Portrait. 2 vols, royal 
8° cloth, uncut. Boston, 1886 

3040 Roberts, A. The Adventures of (Mr. T. S.), an English 

Merchant, taken Prisoner by the Turks of Algiers, and 
carried into the Inland Countries of Africa, pp. 252. 
18® calf. London, 1670 

3041 Robertson. An Attempt to explain the Words Reason, 

Substance, Orthodoxy, etc. Third ed. pp. 252. 16® 
calf. London, 1767 

3042 Robertson, William. Works of. Portrait. 6 vols. 8** 

calf, extra. London, 1851 

Comprises : History of Scotland, 2 vols; — History of the Reign 
of the Emperor Charles V., 2 vols.; — History of America, 2 vols. 

3043 Robin, Abb^. Nouveau Voyage dans TAm^rique, Sep- 

tentrionaleen TAnn^e 1781, et Campagne de TArm^e de 
M. le Comte de Rochambeau. 8® mottled sheep, gilt. 

Phila., 1782 

3044 Robinson, Conway. An Account of Discoveries in the 

West until 15 19 and of Voyages to and along the Atlan- 
tic Coast of North America, from 1520 to 1573. pp. 
491. 8^ cloth. Richmond, 1848 

3045 Robinson, John. A Defence of the Doctrine propounded 

by the Synode at Dort, against John Murton and his 
Associates, pp. 203. Small 4^ calf, gilt edges, (cor- 
ners of title and 4 leaves mended, slightly stained). 

(London), 1624 
John Robinson was Pastor to the Hlgrims. 

3046 Robinson. Essayes; or. Observations, Divine and 

Morall. The second ed. pp. 566. 18® calf, (binding 
cracked). London, 1638 

3047 Robinson. A Justification of Separation from the 

Church of England, against Mr. Richard Bernard, his 
invective intituled : The Separatists Schisme. pp. 388. 
4® old calf. Printed in the yeere 1639 

3048 Robinson. A Manvmission to a manvduction, or an- 

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parish assemblies upon private godly persons there, 
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3049 Robinson. (Ames, W.) A Second Manvduction for Mr. 

Robinson. Or a confirmation of the former in an an- 
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tique calf, gilt edges. n. p., 1615 

For " Manvduction for Mr. Robinson. (By W. Ames). See under 
Bradshaw, William. No. 392, Part I. of this catalogue. 


3050 Robinson. Works of John Robinson, Pastor of the Pil- 

grim Fathers. With a Memoir and Annotations by 
Robert Ashton. 3 vols. 12** cloth, uncut. Boston, 185 1 

3051 Robinson, Edward. Memoir of the Rev. Wm. Robin- 

son, of Southington, Conn., with some account of his 
Ancesters in this Country. 8** cloth. 

Privately printed: New York, 1859 

3052 [Robinson, Matthew.] Considerations on the measures 

carrying on with respect to the British Colonies in 
North America, 1774; — Further Examination of Our 
Present American Measures and of the reasons and the 
principles on which they are founded. Bath, 1776. 
pp. 256. 2 vols. 8^ half sheep. 

3053 Robinson, William and William Leddra. Several Epis- 

tles given forth by two of the Lord's faithful Servants 
whom he sent to New England, to bear Witness to his 
everlasting Truth. And where there (by the Priests, 
Rulers and Professors) after cruel and long Imprison- 
ment and inhuman Whippings and Banishment, put to 
death, (etc.) pp. 11. Small 4** polished calf. 

London, Printed in the year, 1669 

'* One of the rarest tracts relating to the persecution of the New 
England Quakers.'* — Sahin, 

3054 Robinson, W. D. Memoirs of the Mexican Revolution, 

including a Narrative of the Expedition of General 
Xavier Mina. pp. 396. 8® sheep. Phila., 1820 

3055 Robson, Joseph. An Account of six Years Residence in 

Hudson's Bay from 1733 to 1736, and 1744 to 1747. pp. 
84, 95. Maps. 8** half roan. London, 1752 

3056 Rochester, Earl John. Works of. pp. 314. Portrait. 

18*' calf. London, 17 14 

3057 Rochester. Some Passages in the Life and Death of 

John, Earl of Rochester. Written by Gilbert Burnet. 
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London, 1820 

3058 Rogers, Richard. Seven Treatises, containing such Di- 

rection as is gathered out of the Holy Scriptures, pp. 
834 and table. Small 4** calf. London, 1630 

3059 Rogers, Samuel. Poems. Vignette illustrations, pp. 

311. 12** morocco, gilt edges. London, 1839 

3060 Rogers, Capt. Woodes. A Cruising Voyage round the 

World, first to the South Seas thence to the East-Indies, 

, and homeward by the Cape of Good Hope, 1708--1711; 

with an account of Alexander Selkirk's adventures, etc. 

Maps. 8® calf. London, 1712 


3061 Rogers, Robert. A Concise Account of North America: 

Containing a Description of the several British Colo- 
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Country, upon the Rivers St. Lawrence, Mississippi, 
Christino and the Great Lakes. To which is subjoined 
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London: Printed for the Author, 1765 

" Major Rogers headed, with much reputation, the provincial 
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the French wars in America. " 

3062 [Rogers.] Ponteach; or the Savages of America, a 

Tragedy, pp. no. 8° calf, (3 leaves stained). 

London, 1766 

3063 Rollins, John R. Records of Families of the Name 

Rawlins or Rollins, in the United States, pp. 345. 
Plates. 8** cloth. Lawrence, 1874 

3064 Rome Rhym'd to Death; being a collection of choice 

poems. Written by the E. of R., Dr. Wild, and others 
of the best modern wits. pp. 130. Frontispiece. 16** 
calf. London, 1683 

3065 Rosier's Narrative of Waymouth's Voyage to the Coast 

of Maine in 1605, complete; with remarks by George 
Prince. Map. 8° paper. Bath, i860 

3066 Roundheads. The Master-piece of Roundheads, or an 

explanation and declaration of the right Round-heads 
indeed. And such as are and shall be the true Round- 
heads by all consent and act of Parliament. Written 
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State, pp. 8. Small 4** stitched. n. p., n. d. 

3067 Roundheads. Answer to the Rattle-Heads concerning 

their fictionate Resolution of the Round-Heads. 4 
leaves. Small 4° paper. London, 1641 

3068 Roundheads. A Sad Warning to all prophane, malig- 

nant spirits, who reproach true Protestants with the 
name of Roundheads, pp. 6. Small 4° paper. 

London, 1642 

3069 Roundheads. A Description of the Roundhead and 

Rattlehead. pp. 6. 4® paper. London, 1642 

3070 Rousseau, J. J. A Discourse upon the Origin and 

Foundation of the Inequality among Mankind, pp. 260. 
8*" calf. London, 1761 


3071 RowE, Nicholas. Works of, consisting of his plays and 

poems, pp. 415, 360. Portrait. 2 vols. 16** half calf. 

London, 1756 

3072 RowLANDSON, Mary. A True History of the Captivity 

and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson, a minister's 

wife in New England, wherein is set forth the cruel 

usage she underwent among the heathens for eleven 

weeks* time, and her deliverence from them. pp. 46. 

4** sprinkled calf. First printed 

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liarities of the Indians of New England in 1675, hy one so observant 
and scrupulous in her statements, has more than ordinary interest 
and value." — Field* s Indtan Bibliography, 

3073 RowLANDSON. The same. Sixth ed. 16° calf. 

Lancaster, 1828 

3074 Rowley, Mass. History of Rowley, anciently including 

Bradford, Boxford, and Georgetown. By Thomas 
Gage. pp. 483. Plate. 12° cloth. Boston, 1840 

3075 RowLY, Samuel. When you see me, you know me; or 

the famous Chronicle History of King Henrie the 
Eighth, with the birth and vertuous life of Edward 
Prince of Wales. 43 leaves. Small 4° half roan. 

London, 1632 

3076 RowsoN, Susannah. Mentoria, or the Young Ladies 

Friend, 1794; — Miscellaneous Poems, 1804; — Charlotte 
Temple, 1843; — Lucy Temple, a sequel to Charlotte 
Temple; — Memoir of Susannah Rowson, by Elias 
Nason, 1870. 5 vols. 8° and 16'' cloth and sheep. 

3077 RoxBURGHE, John; Duke of. Catalogue of the Library 

with Supplement (and prices.) pp. 284, 73. 8** calf. 

London, 18 12 

No. 6292. II Decamerone di Boccaccio, folio, £d. Princeps, 
Venet, 1471* was bought at this sale by the Marquis of Blandford, 
at ;^226o, and was the occasion of the formation of the Roxburghe 

3078 RoxBURY, Mass. History of Roxbury Town. By 

Charles M. Ellis, pp. 146. 8° half roan. Boston, 1847 

3079 Royal American Magazine, or Universal Repository of 

Instruction and Amusement. Vol. I (six numbers) in 
half calf, and the numbers for Jan. and Feb., 1775. 

Boston, 1774-5 

Lacks the last number (March, 1775), and five copperplates to 
complete the set. 

This set contains the rare copper portraits of Hon. John Hancock, 
Mr. Samuel Adams and Sir Wilbraham Wentworth and eleven 
other copper plates engraved by Paul Revere and two plates by 


3080 [Roy ALL, Mrs. Anne.] Sketches of History, Life, and 

Manners in the United States. By a Traveller, pp. 
392. 12° half morocco. New Haven, 1826 

3081 Royal Genealogy. The New-England Royalls. By E. 

D. Harris, pp. 27. 4** paper, uncut. Boston, 1885 

3082 Ruggles, C. L. The Great American Scout and Spy, 

*' General Bunker." pp.400. Illustrations. 8° cloth. 

New York, 1870 

3083 Rupp, J. D. An Original History of the Religious 

Denominations at present existing in the United States, 
pp. 734. 8** sheep. Phila., 1844 

3084 Rush, Richard. Memoranda of a Residence at the 

Court of London. Second ed. pp. 501. 8° cloth, 
uncut. Phila., 1833 

3085 Rush. The same. pp. 640. 8° cloth. Phila., 1845 

3086 Russell, William. History of Modern Europe. With 

a continuation of the history to the present time, by 
William Jones. 3 vols. 8° sheep. New York, 1859 

3087 Russell. Some Account of the Life of Rachel Wrioth- 

esley Lady Russell, followed by a series of letters from 
Lady Russell to her husband, from 1672 to 1682. pp. 
387. 8° half calf, gilt. London, 1820 

3088 Rutherford, Samuel. The Due right of Presbyteries, 

or, a peaceable plea for the Government of the Church 
of Scotland, wherein is examined, i. The Way of the 
Church of Christ in New England. 2. Their Apology 
for the said Government. 3. A Treatise for a Church 
Covenant. 4. The Arguments of Mr. Robinson. 5. 
His Treatise called The People's Plea for the exercise 
of Prophecy. 6. Divers late arguments against pres- 
byteriall Government, etc. Small 4° old calf. 

E. Griffin for R. Whittaker: London, 1644 

"A large proportion of this volume of nearly 800 pages is taken up 
with a refutation of the various arguments and tenets of John 
Robinson, chief of the Pilgrim Fathers. * Robinson's arguments 
for separation found light and empty,* etc. Indeed nearly all the 
books of the New England men published prior to 1644, and quoted 
and commented upon, especially those referring to the Way of 
the Churches in New England, and the power of Civil Magistrates in 
Church matters." 

3089 Rutherford. A Survey of the Spirituall Antichrist; 

opening the secrets of familisme and antinomiasme. 4° 
old calf, (broken). London, 1648 

3090 Rutherford. A Survey of the Survey of that Summe 

of Church Discipline, penned by Mr. Thomas Hooker, 
late Pastor of the Church at Hartford upon Connecticut 
\t\ New England, pp. 521. Small 4° calf. London, 1658 


3091 Rye, William B. England as seen by Foreigners, in the 

Days of Elizabeth and James the First, comprising 
translations of the journals of the two Dukes of Wirtem- 
berg in 1592 and 1610, both illustrative of Shakespeare. 
Illustrations. Small 4^ cloth, uncut. London, 1865 

3092 Rymer, Thomas. The Tragedies of the last Age con- 

sider'd and examined by the Practice of the Ancients, 
pp. 144. 12° half calf, gilt. London, 1678 

3093 Rymer. A Short View of Tragedy; its Original, Excel- 

lency and Corruption; with some Reflections on Shake- 
speare and other Practitioners for the Stage, pp. 182. 
12** half calf, gilt. London, 1693 

Bookplate of Newburgh Hamilton on reverse of title. 

3094 [Ryvks, Bruno. J Mercurius Rusticus; or the Countries 

Complaint of the barbarous Outrages committed by the 
Sectaries of this late flourishing Kingdom. Frontis- 
piece. 12° calf, gilt, red edges. London, 1685 

3095 ^^ABBATH at Home, an Illustrated Religious Maga- 
^^^ zine. Vol. i. 8° boards. Boston, 1867 

Contains articles on the Pilgrims in England, Holland and in New 
England, by Rev. H. M. Dexter. 

3096 Sabin, Joseph. A Dictionary of Books relating to Amer- 

ica. Parts 2-16, (Allen-Casas.) 13 vols. 8° paper, 
uncut. New York, 1867-70 

3097 Sabin. A List of the printed Editions of the Works of 

the Fray Bartolom^ de las Casas. pp. 27. 8** boards. 

New York, 1870 

3098 Sabin's Reprints of Rare Historical Tracts. Quarto 

Size. Complete set. 10 vols, small 4** boards. 

Only 50 copies printed. New York, 1865 

I. Byfield, Nathaniel. An Account of the late Revolution in New 
England, 1689. 

IL A Relation of Maryland, (reprinted from the London edition 
of 1635), ^^h Notes and an Appendix, by F. L. Hawkes. Map. 

III. Whitfield, Henry. A Further Discovery of the Present 
State of the Indians in New Engiand, 1650. 

IV. Certain Inducements to Well Minded People, 1643. 

V. Whitfield, Henry. Strength out of Weakness, or a Glorious 
Manifestation of the Further Progress of the Gospel among the In- 
dians in New England, 1652. 

VI. A Further Manifestation of the Progress of the Gospel 
among the Indians in New England, 16^9. 

VII. New England's First Fruits, 1643. 

VIII. Further Queries upon the Present State of New England 
Affairs, 1689-90. 

IX. Day- Breaking, if not the Sun-Rising of the Gospel with the 
Indians in New England, 1648. 

X. Shepard, Thomas. The Clear Sunshine of the Gospel break- 
ing forth upon the Indians in New England, 1648. 


3099 Sabin*s Reprints. Octavo Series. 6 vols. 8° paper and 

cloth, uncut. New York, 1865-69 

Only 200 copies printed. 

I. Journal of Major George Washington. Map. London, 1754. 

II. Journal of two Visits made to some Nations of Indians, by 
Rev. David Jones, Burlington, 1774. 

III. Vindication of the Captors of Major Andr^. New York, 

IV. A brief State of the Province of Pennsylvania, by William 
Smith, London, 1755. 

V. Present State of Virginia, by Hugh Jones, London, 1724. 

VI. History of the first Discovery and Settlement of Virginia, by 
William Stith, Williamsburg, 1747. 

3100 Sabin. a Bibliography of Bibliography, or a handy 

book about books which relate to books. 8° paper, un- 
cut. New York, 1877 

3101 Sabine, Lorenzo. American Loyalists, or Biographical 

Sketches of Adherents to the British Crown in the War 
of the Revolution, pp. 733. 8° cloth. Boston, 1847 

3102 Sabine. Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the 

American Revolution, with an Historical Essay, pp. 
608, 600. 2 vols. 8** boards, uncut. Boston, 1864 

3103 Sabine. Notes on Duels and Duelling, alphabetically 

arranged, pp. 394. 8° cloth. London, 1855 

3104 Saco and Biddeford, Me. History of Saco and Bidde- 

ford, with Notices of other early Settlements, and of 
the Proprietary Governments in Maine. By George 
Folsom. pp. 331. Map and plates (and plan inserted). 
12"* half calf, gilt. Saco, 1830 

3105 [Sadler, John.] Rights of the Kingdom; or, Customs 

of our Ancestors, touching the Duty, Power, Election 
or Succession of our Kings and Parliaments, pp. 319. 
Small 4** calf. London, 1682 

3106 Sagard, Gabriel. Histoire de Canada et Voyages que 
. les Freres Mineurs Recollects y ont faicts pour la Con- 

uersion des Infidelles. Paris, 1636. 4 vols. 12** paper, 
uncut. (Reprint): Paris, 1865 

3107 Sagard. Le Grand Voyage du Pays des Hurons, situ^ 

en I'Amdrique vers la Mer douce, ^s derniers confins de 
la Nouvelle France dite Canada. Nouvelle Edition 
par E. Chevalier. (Avec un Dictionnaire de la Langue 
Huronne.) 2 vols. 12® paper, uncut. Paris, 1865 

3108 Sainsburv, W. N. Original unpublished Papers illustra- 

tive of the Life of Sir Peter Paul Rubens, as an Artist 
and a Diplomatist, pp. 391. Colored plate. 8° cloth, 
uncut. London, 1859 

3109 Sainsbury. Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, 

1574-1660. Imperial 8** cloth, uncut. London, 1869 


31 lo St. Amand, George. An Historical Essay on the Legis- 
lative Power of England. 12° calf. London, 1725 

31 1 1 St. Augustine. Pious Breathings; being the Medita- 

tions of St. Augustine, his Treatise of the Love of God, 
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T^ligion: and with n>hat Hopes and 

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printed for Simon Water/on dwcl- 
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3254 SIMMS, W. G. History of South Carolina. New and re- 

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3259 Slafter, E. F. Assassination Plot in New York in 1776. 

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3262 Slavery. Anthony Burns, a history. By C. E. Stevens, 

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3263 Slavery. Lectures before the Chelmsford Ladies' Anti- 

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Dred Scott Decision, 1856; — Review of the Dred Scott 
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3264 Smiles, Samuel. Lives of Boulton and Watt, compris- 

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the steam engine, pp.521. Portraits and illustrations. 
8** cloth, uncut. Phila., 1865 

3265 Smith, Buckingham. An Inquiry into the Authenticity 

of Documents concerning a Discovery in North America 
claimed to have been made by Verrazzano. pp. 31. 
Folio, boards. New York, 1864 


3266 Smith, Charles John. Historical and Literary Curiosi- 

ties, consisting of fac-similes of original documents; 
scenes of remarkable events and interesting localities, 
and the birth-places, residences, portraits, and monu- 
ments of eminent literary characters, with a variety of 
reliques and antiquities connected with the same sub- 
ject. Numerous fine plates, some illuminated. 4** half 
olive morocco, uncut edges, gilt top. London, 1852 

3267 Smith, Elias L. Life, Conversion, Preaching, Travels 

and Sufferings of. Written by Himself. Vol. I. Por- 
trait. 16° sheep, (recovered). Boston, 1840 

3268 Smith, James. The Voyage and Shipwreck of St. Paul. 

Second ed. pp. 276. Map and plate. 8® calf, extra. 

London, 1856 

3269 SxMITH, Horace. Memoirs, Letters and Comic Miscel- 

lanies in Prose and Verse. Edited by Horace Smith, 
pp. 359, 367. Portraits. 2 vols, small 8° half mo- 
rocco, uncut edges, gilt tops. London, 1840 

3270 Smith, J. P. Four Discourses on the Sacrifice and 

Priesthood of Jesus Christ, pp. 316. 8® half calf. 

London, 1828 

3271 Smith, Captain John. A True Relation of such Occur- 

ences and Accidents of noate as hath hapned in Virginia 
since the first planting of that CoUony, etc. Written 
by Captaine Smith, Coronell of the said Colony. Title 
I leaf. To the corteous reader 3 pp. Text, 18 un- 
numbered leaves. Small 4** boards, uncut. 

London, 1608 

The earliest published work relating to the colony at Jamestown 
Virginia (the first permanent settlement in North America.) It is 
also the first printed work of Capt. Smith. 

3272 Smith. A True Relation of Virginia. With an intro- 

duction and notes by Charles Deane. pp. 88. Map. 
4° cloth, uncut. Boston, 1866 

No. 5 of only six copies printed on India paper. Portrait in' 

3273 Smith. The same. Map. Royal 4*^ paper, uncut. 

Boston, 1866 
Large Paper: Only 35 copies printed. 

3274 Smith. The same. Map. 4° crushed levant morocco, 

gilt, extra inside borders, uncut edges, gilt top, by 
Matthews. Boston, 186^ 

No. I of the edition of 280 copies. 

3275 Smith. The same. Map. Small 4° cloth, uncut. 

Only 280 copies printed. Boston, 1866 


3276 Smith. A Map of Virginia. With a description of the 

covntrey, the commodities, people, government and 
religion. Written by Captaine Smith, sometimes Gov- 
ernour of the countrey. Wherevnto is annexed the 
proceedings of those Colonies, since their first depar- 
ture from England, etc. Title **To the hand," i page, 
vocabulary 2 leaves. Text, pp. 39, no. With the 
map, containing a picture of Powhatan holding a 
council; in fac-simile. Small 4** half calf. 

Joseph Barnes: Oxford, 1612 

The first portion of this tract was written by Smith, as he states in 
his " Generall Historic," ** with his owne hand." It consists of a 
description of the country, its soil, and productions, with a full ac- 
count of its native inhabitants. This part ends at page 39. 
The second part has a separate title, beginning as follows : 
The Proceedings of the English colonie in Virginia since their first 
beginning from England in the yeare of our Lord 1606, till this pres- 
ent 1 61 2, with all their accidents that befell them in their iourneys 
and discoveries, etc. pp. 1x0. 

3277 Smith. Description of New England; or, the observa- 

tions and discoveries of Captain John Smith (Admirall 
of that country) in the north of America in the year of 
Our Lord 1614; with the success of sixe ships that 
went the next yeare 1615; . . . with the proofe of the 
present benefit this country affoords; whither this pres- 
ent yeare 1616 eight voluntary ships are gone to make 
further tryall. Small 4° full crushed crimson levant 
morocco extra, by Bedford. 

Humphrey Lownes: London, 1616 

First edition of Smith's New England, with the original engraving 
of the first map of New England, containing Smith's portrait in the 
upper left hand comer. 

Title, Dedication to Prince Charles, one leaf. To his Majesties 
Councell, one leaf. History of old and new names, one page, 
(fac-simile.) To the Adventurers, 3 pp. Poems 7 pp. Text, 61 pp. 
Poems 2 pp. Also a fac-simile engraved map inserted. 

This is the first book published, which speaks of New England, 
previously called North Virginia. — /^icA. 

3278 Smith. Viertzehende Schiffart, Oder GrUndliche vnd 

warhaffte Beschreibung desz Neuwen Engellandts, einer 
Landschafft in Nordt Indien, eines Theils in America, 
vnter dem Capitein Johann Schmidt, Rittern, Admiral 
derselben Landtschafft, auch dem glUcklichen Fortgang 
so er mit Sechs Schiffen deren Orts gehabt, etc. pp. 
62. Original map with portrait of Smith in upper 
corner, with slight variations from the map in the 
English edition of 16 16. Small 4° boards. 
Franckfurt am Mayn. In verlegung der Hlilsischen, 16 17 

The fourteenth part of the collection of Hulsius, containing a map 
of New England. 

[A True Description of New England, a country in Northern 
India, a part of America, by Captain John Smith, Knight, Admiral 
pf that country ; also, of the success with six ships]. 


3279 Smith. A Description of New England, pp. 89. Fac- 
simile map. Royal 4° cloth, uncut. Boston, 1865 
No. I of only six copies printed on India paper. 

3380 Smith. The same. pp. 89.* 4^ cloth, uncut. Boston, 1865 
Only 75 copies printed. 

3281 Smith. New England's Trials; declaring the successe 

of 80 ships employed thither within these eight years, 
and the benefit of that countrey by sea and land. 
Second ed. 16 leaves. Title, Dedication to Prince 
Charles, one leaf. To the worthy adventurers, one 
leaf. Text, 13 unnumbered leaves. Small 4^ calf. 

Printed by William Jones: London, 1622 

Five leaves at the end in fac-simile, and fac-simile map of the first 
issue of Smith's map inserted. 

** The interest connected with all the writings of Captain John 
Smith, has induced the owner of the present tract, one of the rarest 
and least known productions, to print a few copies. 

«< No copy of the first edition has fallen under the notice of the 
possessor of the present copy." — Preface to John Carter Brown's 

3282 Smith. New England's Trials. Folio, half morocco. 

London, 1620 

This is a transcript from the original tract in the Bodleian Li- 
brary, which was reprinted in the Proceedings of the Mass. Hist. So- 
ciety, Feb., 1873. 

3283 Smith. New England's Trials. A reprint of the rare 

first edition of 1620. With a prefatory note by Charles 
Deane. Small 4° paper, uncut. Cambridge, 1873 

Reprint on antiaue paper, onlv i copy so printed, laid into one of 
the edition on ordinary paper ot 50 copies. 

3284 Smith. The same. Small 4^ paper, uncut. 

Cambridge, 1873 
Only 50 copies printed. 

3285 Smith. New England's Trials. Second ed. London 

1622. Facsimile reprint with map. Imperial 8^ cloth, 
uncut. Cambridge, 1867 

Only 60 copies privately printed. 

3286 Smith. A Sea Grammar, with the Plaine Exposition of 

Smiths Accidence for young Sea-men, enlarged. Di- 
uided into fifteene Chapters: what they are you may 
partly conceiue by the Contents. Written by Captaine 
lohn Smith, sometimes Gouernour of Virginia, and Ad- 
mirall of New England. Title, dedication to the Coun- 
cil, I leaf, Dedication to the Adventurers, i leaf. Poems, 
2 leaves. Contents, 1 leaf. Text, pp. 86. Small 4*^ 
calf. London, lohn Haviland: 1627 



3287 Smith. The General Historie of Virginia, New 

England, and the Summer Isles: with the names of 
the Adventurers, Planters, and Governours from their 
first beginning An®: 1584 to this present 1624. With 
the Proceedings of those Severall Colonies and the Ac- 
cidents that befell them in all their Journeys and Dis- 
coveries. Also the Maps and Descriptions of all those 
Countryes, their Commodities, people. Government, 
Customes, and Religion yet knowne. Divided into sixe 
Bookes. By Captaine lohn Smith sometymes Governour 
in those Countryes & Admirall of New England. En- 
graved title, pp. (12), 96, 105-248. 4 maps. Size 7^x 
II. Folio, full morocco, extra, gilt edges, by Hayday. 
(With portrait of Smith, Duchess of Richmond and 2 
portraits of Matoaka inserted). London, 

Printed by I. D. and I. H. for Michael Sparkes, 1624 

3288 Smith. The Trve Travels, Adventvres, and Observa- 

tions of Captaine lohn Smith, in Europe, Asia, Affrica, 
and America, from Anno Domini 1593, to 1629. His 
Accidents and Sea-fights in the Straights; his Service 
and Stratagems of warre in Hungaria, Transilvania, 
Wallachia, and Moldavia against the Turks, and Tar- 
tars; his three single combats betwixt the Christian 
Armie and the Turkes. After how he was taken 
prisoner by the Turks, sold for a Slave, sent into Tar- 
taria; his description of the Tartars, their strange man- 
ners and customes of Religions, Diets, Buildings, 
Warres, Feasts, Ceremonies, and Living; how hee slew 
the Bashaw of Nalbrits in Gambia, and escaped from the 
Turkes and Tartars. Together with a continuation of 
his generall History of Virginia, Summer lies. New 
England, and their proceedings, since 1624, to this 
present 1629; as also of the new Plantations of the great 
River of the Amazons, the lies of St. Christopher, 
Mevis, and Barbados in the West Indies. All written 
by actuall Authours, whose names you shall finde along 
the History. Title, Dedication, i leaf. Contents, i 
leaf. Poems, 3 leaves. Text, pp. i-6o. 9 plates. Folio, 
full morocco, extra, red edges. 

London, Printed by F. H. for Thomas Slater, and are 
to bee sold at the Blew Bible in Greene Arbour, 1630 

Inserted Portrait. The large folding plate published with this 
book, and also a fac-simile of it have been cut up and each division 
inserted in the proper places throughout the book. 

3289 Smith. True Travels, Adventures and Observations; — 

and General Historie of Virginia, etc. Portrait and 
maps. 2 vols. 8° boards, uncut. Richmond, 1819 


3290 Smith. True Travels, Adventures and Observations in 

Europe, Asia, Africke and America. — General Historie 
of Virginia, New England and the Summer lies. Maps 
and plates, also reprint of map laid in. 2 vols, in one. 
8® green morocco, extra. Richmond, 1819 

3291 Smith. Advertisements for the unexperienced Planters 

of New England, or any where. Or, The Path-way to 
experience to erect a Plantation. With the yearely 
proceedings of this Country in Fishing and Planting, 
since the yeare 1614 to 1630 and their present estate. 
Also how to prevent the greatest inconveniences, by 
their proceedings in Virginia, and other Plantations, by 
approved examples. Map of the Coast of New Eng- 
land, with portrait of Captain Smith in an upper cor- 
ner. Title, Dedication, i leaf, to the Reader, i page, 
Sea Marke, i page, Contents, i leaf. Text, 40 pp. 
Small 4° calf, gilt. John Haviland: London, 1631 

Contains two chapters (xi and xii) on the settlement of Salem and 
Charlton (Charlestown) and an account of the sad conditions of the 
colony for months after the Winthrop emigration. 

3292 Smith. Advertisements for the unexperienced Planters 

of New England, or anywhere, pp. 72. (With preface 
by Charles Deane.) Fac-simile map. Royal 4** cloth, 
uncut. Boston, 1865 

No. I of only 6 copies printed on India paper. 

3293 Smith. The same. Map. 4® cloth, uncut. Boston, 1865 

Large Paper; only 75 copies printed. 

3294 Smith. The same. Map. 4** paper, uncut. Boston, 1865 

Only 250 copies printed. 

3295 Smith. Adventures and Discourses of Capt. John 

Smith, sometime President of Virginia and Admiral of 
New England. Newly ordered by John Ashton, with 
illustrations taken by him from original sources. Por- 
trait and fac-similes. pp. (20) 309. Small 8° cloth, 
uncut. London, 1883 

3296 Smith. Works of, 1 608-1631. Edited by Edward Ar- 

ber. pp. 984. Maps. 8** boards, uncut. 

Birmingham, 1884 

Presentation copy from the editor, ** The first copy sent to New 

3297 Smith. Captain John Smith (1579-1631), a Study of his 

Life and Writings. By C. D. Warner, pp. 307. 16° 
cloth. New York, 1881 

3298 Smith, John Russell. Bibliotheca Americana, a Cata- 

logue of Books relating to America, pp. 308. 8® half 
morocco. London, 1865 


3299 Smith, J. T. Discovery of America by the Northmen 

in the Tenth Century. Maps and plates. 8** calf, red 
edges. London, 1842 

3300 Smith. An Antiquarian Ramble in the Streets of Lon- 

don, with Anecdotes of their more celebrated Resi- 
dents. Edited by Charles Mackay. pp. 414, 465. 2 
vols. 8® cloth, uncut. London, 1846 

3301 Smith, John J., and Watson, J. F. American Historical 

and Literary Curiosities, consisting of Fac-similes of 
Original Documents relating to the American Revolu- 
tion, etc. Second ed. 69 plates. Folio, cloth. 

Philadelphia, 186 1 

3302 Smith, John Jay. American and Literary Curiosities, 

consisting of Fac-similes of some Plates, etc., relating 
to Columbus, and Original Documents of the Revolu- 
tion. 64 plates. Large folio, half morocco, uncut, 
gilt top. New York, i86o 

Large Paper : Second Series, complete in itself. 

3303 Smith, P. H. Acadia; a lost Chapter in American His- 

tory, pp. 381. 8° cloth. Pawling, N. Y., 1884 

3304 Smith, S. The History of the Colony of Nova-Caesaria, 

or New-Jersey; Containing, an Account of its First 
Settlement, Progressive Improvements, the Original 
and Present Constitution, and other Events, to the 
Year 1721. With some Particulars Since; and a Short 
View of its present state. 8® sheep. 

Burlington, in New-Jersey, 1765 

3305 [Smith, Seba.] Life and Writings of Major Jack Down- 

ing, of Downingville, away down in the State of Maine, 
pp. 260. Second ed. Frontispiece. 12** half calf, 
gilt. Boston, 1834 

3306 Smith, Rev. S. S. An Essay on the Causes of the Va- 

riety of Complexion and Figure in the Human Species, 
pp. Ill, 31. 8® half morocco. Philadelphia, 1787 

3307 [Smollett, Tobias.] Expedition of Humphry Clinker. 

2 vols. 16** sheep, (worn). London, 1788 

3308 Smollett. Adventures of Peregrine Pickle; — Rod- 

erick Random; — Humphry Clinker. 4 vols. 16*^ pa- 
per, uncut. Leipzig, 1845 

3309 Smyth, J. F. D. A Tour in the United States of Amer- 

ica, pp. 400, 456. 2 vols. 8** half russia, gilt. 

London, 1784 

3310 Smyth, William. Lectures on Modern History. Sec- 

ond American Edition, by Jared Sparks, pp. 433, 518. 
2 vols. 8° cloth, uncut. Cambridge, 1843 


331 1 [Snelling, W. J.] Truth; a New Year's Gift for Scrib- 

blers; — The Rat-Trap; or cogitations of a convict in 
the House of Correction. 2 vols. 18** boards and sheets. 

Boston, 1831-7 

3312 Snowden, Richard. History of America, from its Dis- 

covery to the Death of General Washington. 2 maps 
2 vols, in one. 12^ sheep. Philadelphia, 1805 

3313 Snowden. The American Revolution; written in Scrip- 

tural, or Ancient Historical Style; — The Columbiad, a 
Poem on the American Revolution, by R. Snowden. 
Bound together. 16^ half calf, gilt. Baltimore, n. d. 

3314 Society for Propagating the Gospel among the Indians. 

Discourse, by T. M. Harris, Nov. 6, 1823, pp. 50: — 
Report of the Select Committee, May 31, 1855, by (S. 
K. Lothrop), pp. 135; — Sermon, by Alden Bradford, 
Nov. 4, 1830, pp. 51. 3 vols. 8** half roan. Boston. 

3315 Soldier's Pocket Bible. An exact Reprint of the Orig- 

inal Edition of 1643, with a preparatory note by George 
Livermore. pp. 16. 16° morocco. Cambridge, 1861 
Only 100 copies printed. 

3316 Soldier's Pocket Bible. The same. 16® sheets. 

Cambridge, 1861 
Parchment copy. Only 10 copies printed. 

3317 Soldier's Pocket Bible. The same. 8** boards. 

Cambridge, 1861 
Vellum copy. Only 3 copies printed. 

3318 Soldier's Pocket Bible, issued for the Use of the Army 

of Oliver Cromwell, pp. 24. 18° paper. New York. 

3319 Soldier's Pocket Bible. The same. pp. 32. 24® cloth. 

New York. 

3320 SoLEMNE, (A) League and Covenant for Reformation 

and Defence of Religion, the Honour and Happynesse 
of the King, etc., London, 1643. pp. 6. 8° half roan. 

Reprint: Boston, 1852 

3321 SoLis, Antonio de. History of the Conquest of Mexico 

by the Spaniards. Translated by Thomas Townsend. 
pp. 252, 152. Portrait and plates. Folio, calf. 

London, 1724 

3322 SoLis. History of the Conquest of Mexico by the Span- 

iards. Done into English, by Thomas Townsend. pp. 
970. Map and plates. 2 vols. 12° calf. Dublin, 1727 

3323 SoMERs, Lord. The Judgment of whole Kingdoms and 

Nations, concerning the Rights, Power and Preroga- 
tive of Kings, and the Rights of the People. 12th ed. 
pp. 156. 8° half roan. Newport, 1774 

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3325 SouTHACK, John. Life of, written by Himself; to which 

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3326 South Boston, Mass. History of South . Boston, for- 

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3327 SoMERViLLE, W. C. Letters from Paris, on the Causes 

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3328 South Carolina. Collections of the South Carolina His- 

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3329 SouTHEY, Robert. Vindiciae Ecclesiae Anglicanae. Let- 

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3330 SouTHEY. Poetical Works of. pp. 810. Portrait. 

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3331 SouTHEY. The Doctor, etc. Edited by John Wood 

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3332 SouTHEY. The Book of the Church. Sixth ed. pp. 

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3333 Southwell, Robert. Marie Magdalen's Funerall Teares. 

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3334 Spanish America. Observations on the Instructions 

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3335 Sparks, Jared. A Collection of Essays and Tracts in 

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3336 Sparks. An Inquiry into the comparative moral Ten- 

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3337 Sparks. Life of John Ledyard, the American Traveller. 

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3339 Sparks. Letter to Lord Mahon, 1852; — Reply to the 

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3343 SPARROW-Hawk. The Ancient Wreck. Loss of the 

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3344 Spelman, Henry. Relation of Virginia, 1609. Plate. 18® 

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3345 Spence, Rev. Joseph. Polymetis; or an inquiry con- 

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3346 Spence. A Parallel; in the manner of Plutarch, between 

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3347 Spence. Anecdotes, Observations, and Characters of 

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3348 Spencer, Mass. History of Spencer, to the year i860, 

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3349 Spenser, Edmund. Works of; with the principal illus- 

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3350 Spenser. The Faerie Queene. With a glossary, pp. 

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3353 Sprecher, F. Rhetia. pp. 414. 24® vellum. 

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3355 Stanhope, Lady Hester. Memoirs of, as related by 

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3356 Stanley, A. P. Lectures on the History of the Jewish 

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3357 Staples, W. R. Documentary History of the Destruc- 

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3360 Stearns, Samuel. The American Oracle, comprehend- 

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3361 Stearns, William. Fast Sermon preached in Marl- 

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3364 Steel, David. Naval Remembrancer; or the gentle- 

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3365 Stephen, Thomas. History of the Church of Scotland, 

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3366 Stephens, John L. Incidents of Travel in Central 

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3368 Stephenson, Marmaduke. A Call from Death to Life 

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3371 Stetson Genealogy. Genealogical and Biographical 

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337a Steuben. Life of Frederick William von Steuben, Ma- 
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3376 Stevens. Historical Nuggets. Bibliotheca Americana, 

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3378 Stevens. Historical and Geographical Notes. 1453- 

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3381 Stevens. The Tehauntepec Railway, its Location, Feat- 

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3383 Stevens. Bibliotheca Historica, or a Catalogue of 5000 

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3384 Stevens. Sebastian Cabot; — John Cabot, pp. 32. 16® 

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3385 Stevens. Historical Collections, Part I, sold by auction, 

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London, 1881 

3386 Stevens. Who spoils our New English Books? 18° 

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3387 Stevens. Catalogue of Rare Books relating to America. 

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3388 Stevens. Recollections of Mr. James Lenox of New 

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3389 Stevens. The Dawn of British Trade to the East Indies 

as recorded in the Court Minutes of the East India 
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formation of the Company, the first adventure and 
VVaymouth's Voyage in search of the North-West Pas- 
sage. With an introduction by Geo. Birdwood. 8® 
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Large paper : only 50 copies printed. 

3390 [Stevens, John.] A New Collection of Voyages and 

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and Phillipine Islands, by Argensola. II. A New Ac- 
count of Carolina, by Mr. Lawson. III. The Travels 
of P. de Cieza, in Peru. IV. The Travels of the 
Jesuits in Ethiopia, pp. 244, 264. Maps and plates. 
2 vols, small 4** calf, (worn). London, 171 1 

3391 Stevens, Rev. W. B. History of Georgia, from its first 

Discovery by Europeans, to 1798. pp. 503, 524. 2 
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3392 Sternhold and Hopkins. The Whole Book of Psalms, 

collected into English metre. 8** sheep. London, 1754 

3393 Sternhold and Hopkins. The Whole Book of Psalms 

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3394 Stickney, Charles E. History of the Minisink Region, 

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3395 Stiles, Rev. Ezra. History of three of the Judges of 

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3396 Stiles. Discourse on the Christian Union, delivered 

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Boston and Worcester. 

3397 Stiles. Life of. By Abiel Holmes, pp. 404. Por- 

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3398 Stiles, H. R. Bundling; its origin, progress and de- 

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3399 Still6, Charles J. How a Free People Conduct a Long 

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3400 Stith, William. The History of the First Discovery 

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3401 Stith. The History of the First Discovery and Settle- 

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3402 Stobo. Memoirs of Major Robert Stobo, of the 

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3403 Stockbrtdge, Mass. Stockbridge, Past and Present; or 

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3404 Stoddard, Solomon. A Guide to Christ; with an epistle 

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3406 Stolberg, Count F. L. Travels through Germany, 

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3407 Stone, W. L. Life of Joseph Brant-Thayendanegea; 

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3408 Stone. Life and Times of Red- Jacket, or Sa-Go-Ye- 

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3409 Stone. Uncas and Miantonomoh; or historical dis- 

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3410 Stone. The Campaign of Lieut. Gen. John Burgoyne, 

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341 1 Stone. Memoir of the Centennial Celebration of Bur- 

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3412 Stoneham, Mass. A Brief History of the Town of 

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3414 Story, Joseph. Eulogy on General George Wash- 

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3417 Story. Commentaries of the Constitution of the United 

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3420 Stoughton, John. Our English Bible, its translations 

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3423 0tO1O« Jol|1l. The Annales, or General Chronicle of 

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3424 Strickland, Agnes. Lives of the seven Bishops com- 

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3428 Stuart. Memoirs of Prince Charles Stuart (Count of 

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3429 Suckling, George. Historical Account of the Virgin 

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3430 Sullivan, James. Observations upon the Government 

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3434 Sullivan, William. Historical Causes and Effects, from 

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3439 Swift, Jonathan. A Tale of a Tub, written for the 

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3440 Swift, Samuel. Statistical and Historical Account of 

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3441 Sydney, Algernon. Memoirs of. By G. W. Meadley, 

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3442 Syllacius, Nicolaus. De Insulis Meridiani Indici Maris 

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3443 Symmes. Rev. Thomas. The Original Account of Capt. 

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Concord, N. H., 1861 

3444 ^Tablet (The), or Picture of Real Life; justly rep- 

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3445 Tales of the Fireside. By a Lady of Boston, pp. 225. 

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3446 Talfourd, T. N. Ion, a Tragedy in five Acts. Fourth 

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3447 Tallmadge, Col. Benjamin. Memoir of. Prepared by 

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3448 Tanner, H. S. Description of the Canals and Rail 

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3449 Tasso, Torquato. Jerusalem delivered, an Heroic 

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3450 Tasso. Jerusalem Delivered. Translated into English 

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345 1 Tate and Brady. New Version of the Psalms of David, 

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3453 Tate and Brady. New Version of the Psalms of David. 

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3454 Tatham, J. The Rump; or the Memoir of the late 

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3455 Taylor, Isaac. Natural History of Enthusiasm; — 

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3456 Tavler, J. J. A Retrospect of the Religious Life of 

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3457 Taylor, Jeremy. A Discourse of the Liberty of Prophe- 

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3458 Taylor. The Rule and Exercises of Holy Living; — 

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3459 Taylor, John. A Paraphrase with Notes on'the Epistle 

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Dublin, 1746 

3460 Taylor, W. C. Romantic Biography of the Age of 

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3461 Ternaux, H. Bibliotheque Am^ricaine, au Catalogue 

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3462 Terneaux. Notice sur les Imprimeries qui existent ou 

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Paris, 1843 


3463 Terry, G. W. The Alphabet annotated for Youth and 

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3464 Thacher, B. B. Indian Biography, pp. 324, 319. Por- 

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3465 [Thacher.] Traits of the Tea Party; being a Memoir 

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3466 Thacher, James, Military Journal, during the Ameri- 

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Boston, 1827 

3467 Thacher. American Medical Biography; or Memoirs of 

Eminent Physicians who have flourished in America, pp. 
436, 280. Portraits. 2 vols, in i. 8** half morocco. 

Boston, 1828 

3468 Thacher. An Essay on Demonology, Ghosts, and Ap- 

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ses Ecrits, sa Vie et ses Navigations. Map. Small 
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3588 Varnum, J. M. The Case, Trevett against Weeden; on 

information and complaint for refusing paper bills in 
payment for butcher's meat, in market at par with 
species, tried before the Superior Court of R. L, Sep- 
tember term 1786. pp. 4, 60. 4** half morocco. 

Providence, 1787 

3589 Vassall Genealogy. The Vassalls of New England and 

their immediate descendants. By E. D. Harris, pp. 26. 
8** paper. Albany, 1862 

3590 [Vaughan, Dr. Benjamin.] The Rural Socrates; or, an 

account of a celebrated philosophical farmer, pp. 203, 
13. 8** sheep. Hallowell, 1800 

3591 Vaughan, Samuel, of London. Manuscript Journal, 

76 pages, 8®, of a tour made in America in 1787, from 
June 18, to Sept. 4; including seven water-color plans 
and views. ** Minutes made by S. V. from stage to 
stage on a Tour from Fort Pitt or Pittsbourg in com- 
pany with W. Michael Morgan O'Brien, from thence by 
S. V. only — through Virginia, Maryland and Pennsyl- 
vania." Interesting account of Bethlehem and the 
community there, of Yorighagony Falls, with a colored 
view of Warm Springs, Berkly County, (Va.), with 
colored view of Yorktown battle field, of Mount Ver- 
non, with colored plan and account of his visit to Gen. 
Washington, etc. In Sparks's Washington, vol. g, pp. 
281, is a letter from Washington to Vaughan, Nov. 12, 
1787, as Vaughan was about returning home. It speaks 
of a plan of the house sent by Vaughan to the Gen. , 
probably a copy of this one. Bound in 8** light 
polished calf, extra, yellow edges, by Pratt. 


3592 Vaughan, Rev. Robert. History of England under the 

House of Stuart, including the Commonwealth. 1603- 
1688. pp. 935. 2 vols. 8° cloth, uncut. London. 

3593 Vaughan. Religious Parties in England, their princi- 

ples, history and present duty. pp. 180. 8** cloth, 
uncut. London. 

3594 Vaughan, William. The Golden Fleece. Diuided into 

three parts, vnder which are discouered the errours of 
religion, the vices and decayes of the kingdome, and 
lastly the wayes to get wealth, and to restore trading 
so much complayned of. Transported from Cambrioll 
Colchis, out of the Southernmost part of the iland, 
commonly called the Newfovndland. By Orpheus 
Junior, pp. (i), 13, 149, 105, 96. Map of New- 
foundland. Small 4^ boards, uncut. 

Francis Williams: London, 1626 

Purchas, in his list of '* names of divers honourable persons who 
have undertaken to aduance his Majesties Plantation in the New- 
foundland,*' says, " the Worshipful William Vaughan, Doctor of 
Ciuill Law, hath also vndertaken to plant a circuit in the New- 
foundland, and hath in two yeeres sent thither diuers men and 
women and hee is willing to entertaine such as will be Aduenturers 
with him vpon fit conditions.'* — Purchas his PUgrimes^ Lond., 1625, 
Vol. IV, page 1888. 

3595 Venegas, Miguel. Noticia de la California, y de su 

Conquista temporal, y espiritual, hasta et Tiempo 

presente. Maps and plates. 3 vols, small 4° vellum. 

Madrid, 1757 
Bookplates of George W. Pratt. 

3596 Venegas. Natural and Civil History of California, pp. 

455» 3^7- Map and plates. 2 vols. 8** calf. 

London, 1759 
With bookplates of James Stevens. 

3597 Verburg, Isaak. Reis Beschryving door de Zuid-Zee, 

langs de Kusten van Chili, Peru en Brazil, 1712-1714, 
pp. 406, 16. Numerous maps and plates. Small 4^ 
vellum. Amsterdam, 17 18 

3598 Vermont State Papers, being a collection of records and 

documents, connected with the assumption and estab- 
lishment of government by the people of Vermont, pp. 
567. 8° sheep. Middlebury, 1823 

3599 [Verstegan, R.] A Restitution of decayed Intelligence 

in antiquities concerning the most noble and renowned 
English nation, pp. t^t^^^ 12. Engraved title. 4** calf. 

London, 1634 

3600 Vetromile, Rev. Eugene. The Abnakis and their His- 

tory, pp. 171. 12° cloth. New York, i866 


3601 [Vespucius-Hylacomvlus.] Cosmographiae Introdvc- 

tio cvm qvibvsdam Geometriae ac astronomiae prin- 
cipiis ad earn rem necessariis Insuper quatuor Am- 
erici Vespucij nauigationes. Vniuersalis Cosmo- 
graphiae descriptio tam in solido quam piano, eis etiam 
insertis quae Ptholomaeo ignota a nuperis reperta sunt. 
52 leaves. Small 4*^ olive morocco, gilt edges, very 
fine tall copy. [St. Did,] Septembris, 1507 

This rare tract by Waldsee-Miiller contains the Latin version of 
Vespucius' epistle to Soderini, giving a brief account of his four 

" The idea of calling the newly discovered world America origin- 
ated with the compiler of the work before us. The suggestion to 
which we owe our national name will be found- on the reverse of the 
fifteenth leaf. " See reproduction. 

[Translation. — But now that these parts have been more exten- 
sively examined, and another fourth part has been discovered by 
Americus Vespudus (as will be seen in the sequel), I do not see 
why we should rightly refuse to name it America, namely the land of 
Amerigen or America, after its discoverer Americus, a man of saga- 
cious mind, since both Europe and Asia took their names from 
women : — Jokn Carter Brown Caiaiogue^ 

3602 Vespucius. The Life and Voyages of Americus Ves- 

pucius; with illustrations concerning the navigator and 
the discovery of the new world. By E. E. Lester and 
A. Foster. Portrait. 8° cloth. New York, 1846 

3603 Vicars, John. England's Worthies; under whom all the 

civill and bloudy warres since Anno 1642, to Anno 1647, 
are related. London, 1647. pp. 108. Numerous 
portraits. 12® half roan, uncut. Reprint: London, 1845 

3604 Vincent, Francis. History of the State of Delaware. 

pp. 478. 8® half crimson morocco. Phila., 1870 

3605 Vincent, Rev. H. History of the Wesleyan Grove, 

Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting, from 1835 ^^ 1858. 
16^ cloth. Boston, 1858 

3606 [Vincent, P.] A True Relation of the Late Battell 

fought in New England between the English and the 
Pequot Salvages. With the present state of things 
there, pp. 24. Small 4° half calf. 

London, M. P. for Nathanael Butter, 1637 

'* The authorship of this exceedingly rare pamphlet, has been at- 
tributed to Vincent by the Publishing Committee of the Massachu- 
setts Historical Society, in their note to the reprint of the Relation, 
in the third volume of their collections." 

" It is a narrative of the battle with the Pequods, fought by Cap- 
tains Mason and Underbill, an account of which was written by the 
last doughty commander and printed in 1638 under the title of News 
from America (No. 3573) Vincent's Relation is of even greater 
rarity than Underbill's. This is attested by the fact that the reprint 
named was made from a mutilated copy, the imperfections of which 
were uncorrected in the reprint, from the impossibility of finding a 
perfect copy for comparison." — Field*! Indian Bibliography. 


o of the jid or last leaf, luirounding ihe printer's mark.) 






btis Anno fupnfcf 

se of the islh leaf, as foUewa:) 

Nunc vers & hc{ pattcs (iint (atitu tuftntx/ 8C 
alia quarta pais per AmaicnVdpuhiinK vtiaCe* 
qiuntibm audictiir>niucntacft:quanon video cut 
Amt* Ijuis iurc vctct ab Amnicoinucntore fagads inge 
iko ni)vux>AnKrigenquafi Amelia' tenam/liueAnK 
licam dicendam:cum & Europa 8c Afia a mulieri* 
bus ftia fortita flnt nomina-Eius fitS & geniri mo» 
Ks ex bis binis Amend nauigadonibus qu{ fequS 
tur liquide intellfgi datur. 

[Translation.— But now that these parts hai 
and another fourth part has been discovered by Amt 
the sequel), 1 do not see why we should rightly refuse t 
of Amerigen or America, after its discoverer Americi 
both Europe and Asia took their names from women- 

America, namely the land 
I, a man of sagacious mind, since 
-/a/rn Carltr Brmvtt Calnlapie.^ 



3607 ViLVAiN, Robert. Enchiridium Epigrammatum Latino- 

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Latin. 16^ half sheep. London, 1654 

The identical copy described by Lowndes, with autograph of the 
author and an epigram to '* Mr. J. Row " inserted. 

3608 Vindication of the Ministers of the Gospel in and about 

London, from the unjust aspersions cast upon their 
former actings for the Parliament, as if they had pro- 
moted the bringing of the King to capitall punishment, 
pp. II. Small 4° half calf. London, 1648 

3609 Vinton, J. A. The Giles Memorial. Genealogical 

memoirs of the families bearing the names of Giles, 
Gould, Holmes, Jennison, Leonard, and other families. 
By J. A. Vinton. Portrait. 8° cloth. Boston, 1864 

3610 Virgil. The Works of Virgil, translated into English 

verse, by Mr. Dryden. A new edition by John Carey. 
Plates. 3 vols. 8° calf. London, 1806 

36 1 1 Virginia. True Declaration of the Estate of the Colonie 

in Virginia, with a confutation of such scandalous re- 
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60. Small 4** half morocco. London, 1610 

** This tract is an earnest defence of the design of colonizing Vir- 
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3612 Virginia. Nova Britannia. Offering most excellent 

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uncut. New York, 1867 

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3613 Virginia. The same. 4° boards. New York, 1867 

Only 250 copies printed. 

3614 Virginia. Publick Good without Private Interest; or, 

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Small 4° paper, uncut. (Reprint), London, 1657 

3615 Virginia. Abridgement of the Publick Laws of Vir- 

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16" half calf. (London, 1728) 

With bookplate of Josiah Quincy. 

3616 Virginia. The Statutes at Large; being a collection of 

all the laws of Virginia, from the first session of the 
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vols. 8° sheep. New York, 1823 

3617 Virginia. Colonial Record^ of Virginia. pp. 106. 

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3618 Virginia. Report and accompanying Documents of the 

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3619 Virginia. Letters of Thomas Nelson, Jr., Governor of 

Virginia, pp. 71. Royal 4** paper, uncut. 
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3620 Virginia. Views of the Constitution of Virginia, con- 

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3621 Virginia Historical Society Collections. New series. 

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3622 Virginia Historical Society. Discourses at the Annual 

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1853; _ By R. M. T. Hunter, 1854; — By J. P. Hol- 
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3623 Virginia. Proceedings of the Va. Hist. Soc, with the 

address of W. \V. Henry, on the early settlement of 
Virginia, 1882; — Discourse on the Life and Character 
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Norfolk, 1831; — Final Report of the Virginia Commis- 
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12 pamphlets. 

3624 Volney, C. F. View of the Climate and Soil of the 

United States of America, pp. 503. Maps and plates. 
8° calf. London, 1804 

3625 VoLNEY. The Ruins; or, a Survey of the Revolutions 

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London, 1807 

3626 Voltaire, M. de. The Metaphysics of Sir Isaac New- 

ton; or, a Comparison between the Opinions of Sir 
Isaac Newton and Mr. Leibnitz. Translated by D. E. 
Baker, pp. 72. 8° calf. London, 1747 

3627 Voltaire. The Maid of Orleans, or. La Pucelle. Trans- 

lated into English Verse, with Notes, by W. H. Ireland, 
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3628 Vries, David Peterson de. Voyages from Holland to 

America, A. D. 1632 to 1644. Translated from the 
Dutch by Henry C. Murphy, pp. 199. Portrait. Royal 
^^ cloth, uncut. New York^ 1853 


3629 \X/ ACE. Master Wace, his Chronicle of the Norman 

Vw Conquest, from the Roman de Rou. Translated 
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(29), 314. 8° cloth, uncut. W. Pickering: London, 1837 

3630 Wachsmuth, William. Historical Antiquities of the 

Greeks, with Reference to their Political Institutions. 
Translated by E. Woolrych. pp. 472, 574. 2 vols. 8® 
half roan, uncut. Oxford, 1837 

3631 Waddington, John. Survey of Congregational History. 

pp. 368. 12° cloth. London, 1866 

3632 Wafer, Lionel. A New Voyage and Description of the 

Isthmus of America. Second ed. Copper plates, pp. 
283. 8** calf. London, 1704 

3633 [Wagstaff, Thomas.] A Vindication of K. Charles the 

Martyr; proving that His Majesty was the Author of 
Eikon Basilike, against a Memorandum, said to be 
written by the Earl of Anglesey; — A Defence of tht 
Vindication, etc. Third ed. pp. 162, 96. Small 4^ 
calf. London, 171 1 

3634 Waite, Mrs. C. V. The Mormon Prophet and his Ha- 

rem. Fifth ed. pp. 318. Square 12® half morocco. 

Chicago, 1867 

3635 Walcot, James. " The New Pilgrim's Progress, or, the 

Pious Indian Convert, pp.316. 16® sheep. 

London, 1748 

3636 Walcott, Charles F. History of the Twenty-first Regi- 

ment Ma.ssachusetts Volunteers, 1861-1865. pp. 502. 
Portraits and maps. 8° cloth. Boston, 1882 

3637 Waldron, F. G. The Shakespearean Miscellany, con- 

taining a collection of scarce and valuable Tracts, Bio- 
graphical Anecdotes of Theatrical Performers, with por- 
traits of Ancient and Modern Actors, etc. Large 4® 
russia. London, 1802 

3638 Walker, Charles M. History of Athens County, Ohio, 

and incidentally of the Ohio Land Company, and the 
first Settlement of the State at Marietta, pp. 600. Map 
and portraits. 8^ cloth, uncut. Cincinnati, 1869 

3639 [Walker, Clement.] Relations and Observations, His- 

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Dom. 1640. The four parts complete. Folding plate 
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calf. Printed in the year 1649-50 

3640 Walker, Sir Edwaird. Historical Discourses upon sev- 

eral Occassions. (Relating to the Reign of Charles I.) 
pp. 369, 98. 5 portraits inserted. Folio, calf. 

London, 1705 


3641 Walker, Sir Hovenden. A Journal; or full Account of 

the late Expedition to Canada, pp. 304. 8** half calf, 

gilt. London, 1720 

Sir Hovenden Walker was the naval commander of the Great Ex- 
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proved a complete failure. 

3642 Walker, Thomas. Journal of an Exploration in the 

Spring of the year 1750, with a preface by William C. 
Rives. Frontispiece, pp. 69. Small 4** boards, uncut. 

Reprint: Boston, 1888 

3643 Wallabout Prison Ships. Martyrs to the Revolution in 

the British Prison-Ships in the Wallabout Bay. pp. 64. 
Map. 8** half roan, gilt. New York, 1855 

3644 Wallace, J. W. An Address Delivered at the Celebra- 

tion of the Two Hundredth Birth Day of William Brad- 
ford, who Introduced the Art of Printing into the Mid- 
dle Colonies of British America, pp. 114. Fac-similes. 
8** boards, uncut. Albany, 1863 

3645 Walpole, Horace. Catalogue of the Royal and Noble 

Authors of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with Lists 
of their Works. Enlarged and continued to the present 
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3646 Walpole. Memoirs of the Reign of King George the 

Third. Edited with notes, by Sir Denis Le Merchand. 
Portraits. 4 vols. 8® cloth, uncut. London, 1845 

3647 Walpole. Letters of, including numerous letters, now 

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V. Smith, 2 vols. 1848; — Letters to Sir Horace Mann. 
4 vols. 1843. Portraits. Together 12 vols. 8** cloth, 
uncut. London. 

3648 Walsh, Robert, Jr. An Appeal from the Judgements of 

Great Britain respecting the United States of America. 
Second ed. pp. 512. 8° half morocco, uncut, gilt top. 

Phila., 1819 

3649 Walter, T. The Sweet Psalmist of Israel, a Sermon 

Preach'd at the Lecture held in Boston, by the Society 
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half morocco. Boston: Printed by J. Franklin for S. 
Gerrish, near the Brick Meeting-Housein Cornhill, 1722 
Autograph of *'Samuel Holyoke, 1722." 


3650 Waltham, Mass. Past and Present, and its Industries. 

By C. A. Nelson, pp. 152. 55 photographs. Small 4" 
cloth. Cambridge, 1882 

3651 Walton, Izaak. The Lives of Donne, Wotton, Hooker, 

Herbert and Sanderson. pp. 442. Portraits. 48° 
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Pickering's miniature edition. 

3652 Walton and Cotton. The Complete Angler. Frontis- 

piece, pp. 314, 8. 48** cloth, uncut. London, 1825 
Pickering's miniature edition. 

3653 WaltzemOller. Martin Hylacomylus Waltzemtlller, ses 

Ouvrages, et ses Collaborateurs. (By Avezac.) pp. 176. 
8° paper, uncut. Paris, 1867 

3654 Wansey, Henry. An Excursion to the United States of 

North America, in the Summer of 1794. pp. 270. Por- 
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3^555 Wansey. The same. pp. 290, 24. Portrait of Washing- 
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Britain, 1814; — Important State Papers, by James 
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3^57 [Warburton, George.] The Conquest of Canada. 
Second ed. pp. 432, 508. Portraits. 2 vols. 8° cloth, 
uncut. London, 1850 

3658 Warp, Edward. A Collection of the Writings, hitherto 

extant, of Mr. Edward Ward. Folio, half calf. 

London, 1700-1 

Contains: Part VIII, A Trip to Jamaica, and Part XIX, A 
Trip to New England ; with a character of the Country and People, 
both English and Indians. Part XIII, London Spy. 

" Ned Ward was a graceless scamp. His Trip to New England 
fairly matches the Rev. Sam Peters' History of Connecticut. " 

3659 Ward, Rev. Nathaniel. The Simple Cobler of Agavvam 

in America. Willing to help 'mend his Native Country, 
lamentably tattered, both in the upper-Leather and sole, 
with all the honest stitches he can take. And as willing 
never to bee paid for his work by Old English wonted 
pay. It is his Trade to patch all the year long. pp. 72. 
Second ed. Small 4® sheets, (a few leaves wanting at 
the end, corner of title neatly restored in fac-simile and 
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J. Dever & R. Ibbitson for Stephen Bowtell: Lond., 1647 


3660 Ward. The Simple Cobler of Agavvam, etc. pp. 80. 

Third ed. 4** calf. London, 1647 

3661 Ward. The same. Fourth ed. 4** half morocco. (Ti- 

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3662 Ward. The same. Fifth ed. 16*' sheep. London, 17x3 

3663 Ward. The same. Edited by D. Pulsifer. 8** cloth. 

Boston, 1843 

3664 Ward. Memoir of the Rev. Nathaniel Ward, Author of 

the Simple Cobbler of Agawam in America, with notices 
of his Family. By John Ward Dean. pp. 213. 8° cloth, 
uncut. Albany, 1868 

3665 [Ward.] A Word to Mr. Peters and two Words for the 

Parliament and Kingdom ; or, an Answer to a scandalous 
Pamphlet, entitled: A Word for the Armie, and two 
Words to the Kingdom, Subscribed by Hugh Peters, 
pp. 38. Small 4° half calf. London, 1647 

3666 Ward. A Sermon preached before the honorable House 

of Commons at their late Monethly Fast, June 30, 
1^57- PP* 27. Small 4^ calf. London, 1647 

3667 Ward, R. P. An Historical Essay on the real Charac- 

ter and Amount of the Precedent of the Revolution of 
1688. pp. 298, 334. 2 vols, in I. 8^ cloth, uncut. 

London, 1838 

3668 Warden, D. B. On the Origin, Nature, Progress and 

Influence of Consular Establishments, pp. 331. 8^ 
mottled sheep. Paris, 1813 

3669 Warden. Statistical, Political and Historical Account 

of the United States of North America. Map. 3 vols. 
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3670 Warren, J. C. The Great Tree on Boston Common. 

pp. 20. Frontispiece. 8** cloth. Boston, 1855 

3671 Warren, John. Eulogy on the Honorable Thomas Rus- 

sell, delivered May 4, 1796. pp. 31, 3. 4** morocco. 

Boston, 1796 

3672 Warren, John. Life of John Warren, Surgeon-General 

during the War of the Revolution. By Edward Warren, 
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3673 Warren, Jonathan Mason, M.D. Memoir of. By H. 

P. Arnold. Portrait. 8° cloth, uncut. 

Privately printed: Boston, 1886 

3674 Warren, Joseph. Life and Times of. By Richard 

Frothingham. Portrait. 8** cloth. Boston, 1865 

3675 Warren, Mrs. Mercy. Poems, Dramatic and Miscel- 

laneous, pp. 252. 12® sheep. Boston, 1790 

Bookplate of Williams. 


3676 Warren. History of the Rise, Progress and Termina- 

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3677 Warren, Me. Annals of the Town of Warren, with the 

early history of St. George's, Broad Bay, and the 
neighboring settlements on the Waldo patent. By 
Cyrus Eaton, pp. 437. 12° cloth. Hallowell, 1851 

3678 Warren, R. I. Discourse, by J. P. Tustin, at the 

Dedication of the New Baptist Church, May 8, 1845, 
with a history of Warren, R. I., by G. M. Fessenden. 
18® cloth. Providence, 1845 

3679 Warton, Thomas. History of English Poetry, from 

the close of the eleventh century to the commencement 
of the eighteenth century. From the edition of 1824, 
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cloth, uncut. London, 1840 

3680 Warville, J. P. de. New Travels in the United States 

of America, performed in 1788. pp. 483, 6. 8^ half 
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3681 Warwick, R. I. History of, from 1642 to the present 

time. By O. P. Fuller, pp. 380. Illustrations. 8** 
cloth. Providence, 1875 

3682 Washburn, Emory. Sketches of the Judicial History 

of Massachusetts, from 1630 to 1775. PP* 4°7* ^** cloth. 

Boston, 1840 

3683 Washington, George. The Writings of George Wash- 

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author, notes and illustrations by Jared Sparks. Por- 
traits. 12 vols, imperial 8® cloth, uncut. Boston, 1837 
Large Paper. 

3684 Washington. A Political Epistle to his Excellency 

George Washington, Esq., Commander-in-Chief of the 
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character, pp. 24. Portrait by Sharp. 4° half calf, 
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3685 Washington. A Poetical Epistle to his Excellency 

George Washington, from an Inhabitant of the State 
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Lajlob Pafxr ; only 25 copies printed. 


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3687 Washington. Epistles, Domestic, Confidential, and 

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3688 Washington. The same. Portrait by Rollinson after 

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3689 Washington. Address of, to his Fellow Citizens on 

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3690 Washington. Letters from His Excellency George 

Washington, President of the United States of America 
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3691 Washington. Letters to Arthur Young and Sir John 

Sinclair, containing an account of his husbandry, pp. 
128. 8° half roan, (foxed). Alexandria, 1803 

3692 Washington. Reprint of the Original Letters from 

Washington to Joseph Reed, during the American 
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3693 Washington. Diary of George Washington, from 1789 

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Richmond, 1861 

3694 Washington's Political Legacies; to which is annexed 

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3695 Washington. Farewell Address. Portrait by Leney. 

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3696 Washington. Farewell Address to the People of the 

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3697 Washington. A Heliotype of Washington's Autograph 

Address to the Officers of the American Army, at New- 
burg, N.Y., March 15, 1783. Folio, paper. 

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3698 Washington. An Inquiry into the Formation of Wash-, 

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3786 Whitaker, Nathaniel. An Antidote against Toryism, 
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3790 White, Rev. George. Historical Collections of Georgia. 

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3791 White, R. G. National Hymns, how they are written 

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3794 Whitefield, George. Journal of a Voyage from Lon- 

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3802 Whitman, Z. G. An Historical Sketch of the Ancient 

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3804 Whitmore, W. H. Record of the Descendants of 

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3805 Whitmore. Handbook of American Genealogy, pp. 

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3810 Whitney, Geffrey. Choice of Emblenies. A fac-simile 

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3812 Whitney, Peter. History of the County of Worcester, 

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3819 WIGGLESWORTH, Michacl. The Day of Doom; or a de- 

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3823 WiLBERFORCE, Samuel. History of the Protestant 

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3824 Wilbraham, Mass. Historical Address delivered at the 

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3825 Wilde, Richard Henry. Conjectures and Researches 

concerning the Love, Madness and Imprisonment of 
Torquato Tasso. pp. 270, 2, 34. 2 vols, 1842; — 
Wilde's Summer Rose, or the Lament of the Captive, 
an authentic account of the origin, mystery and ex- 
planation of R. H. Wilde's alleged Plagiarism. By 
Anthony Barclay, pp. 70, 187 1; — Life, Literary 
Labors and Neglected Grave of Richard Henry Wilde. 
By C. C. Jones, Jr. pp. 21. 1885. 4 vols. 8** and 12** 
cloth and paper. 

3826 Wilkes, John. A Complete Collection of the Genuine 

Papers, Letters, etc., in the case of John Wilkes, Esq. 
pp. 272. 16** calf. Paris, 1767 

3827 WiLKiNS, John. Of the Principles and Duties of Natural 

Religion, pp. 410, 55. Portrait. 12® calf. 

London, 1678 

3828 Wilkinson, General James. Memoirs of My Own Times. 

With an atlas of diagrams and plans, illustrative, of the 
principal battles and military affairs treated of in the 
memoirs. 3 vols, royal 8° half calf, gilt, uncut edges, 
and one vol. of plates and maps, 4** boards, uncut. 
Together 4 vols. Phila., 1816 

3829 Wilkinson, Jemima. History of Jemima Wilkinson, a 

Preacheress of the eighteenth century. By David 
Hudson, pp. 208, 20. 12° half morocco, uncut, red 
top. Geneva, N.Y., 1821 

3830 WiLLARD, Joseph. An Address to the Members of the 

Bar of Worcester County, Massachusetts, Oct 2, 1829. 
(With historical and biographical notes ) pp. 144. 8® 
boards. Lancaster, 1830 

3831 WiLLARD, Rev. Joseph. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Lathrop, 

and Eulogy by Prof. Webber, at the Funeral of Rev, 
Joseph Willard with a Sermon, the next Lord's Day, 
by the Rev. Mr. Holmes, pp. 41. 8® half roan, gilt. 

Cambridge, 1804 

3832 WiLLARD, Samuel. The Sinfulness of Worshipping with 

Men's Institutions, pp. 29. 18® calf, (date torn oflf.) 

Boston, (1693) 

Rev. Samuel Willard was pastor of the Old South Church. He 
opposed the proceedings of the magistrates at the time of the Witch- 
craft delusion, although three of the judges were members of his 

3833 WiLLARD. Sermon preached at the Ordination of John 

Hovey, at Arundel. With a Funeral Sermon on Wil- 
lard, by W. Thompson, preached at Biddeford, and a 
Preface by Rev. Mr. Prince, pp. 60, 35. 18** calf, 
(title and corners of 2 leaves repaired.) Boston, 1743 


3834 WiLLARD. A Complete Body of Divinity, pp. 915. (Por- 

trait missing.) Folio, calf, (binding cracked.) 

Boston, 1726 

3835 WiLLARD, Sidney. Memories of Youth and Manhood. 2 

vols, 12'' cloth. Cambridge, 1855 

3836 WiLLARD Memoir; or. Life and Times of Major Simon 

Willard, with notices of three Generations of his De- 
scendants. By Joseph Willard. 3 plates. 8** cloth. 

Boston, 1858 

3837 WiLLEY, B. G. Incidents in White Mountain History. 

Illustrations. 12° cloth. Boston, 1856 

3838 Williams, Mrs. Catharine. Biography of Revolutionary 

Heroes, containing the Life of Brigadier Gen. William 
Barton and also of Capt. Stephen Olney; — The Neu- 
tral French, or, the Exiles of Novia Scotia. 2 vols. 12'' 
cloth. Providence, 1839-41 

3839 Williams, C. V. Life and Administration of Rt. Hon. 

Spencer Percival, with details of his Assassination, etc. 
pp. 328. 12° morocco, gilt. Phila., 1813 

3840 Williams, Rev. Daniel. Catalogue of the Library in 

Red Cross Street, Cripplegate, founded pursuant to the 
Will of the Rev. Daniel Williams, who died in the year 
1 7 16. 3 vols. 8® cloth, uncut. London, 1841-54 

** The most comprehensive and extensive collection of pamphlets, 
volumes, and original papers for illustrating the whole history of 
Puritanism and Dissent, is in what is known as Dr. Williams' Library, 
in London. " — /^ev. Geo, E. Ellis in Narrative and Critical History, 

3841 Williams, Rev. E. Life of Te-ho-ra-gwa-ne-gen, alias 

Thomas Williams, a Chief of the Caughnawaga Tribe of 
Indians in Canada, pp. 91. Royal 8^ half roan. 

Albany, 1859 
Large Paper. Only 200 copies printed. 

3842 Williams, Gorham D. The Penal Statutes of Massachu- 

setts, pp. 304. Small 8° sheep. Greenfield, 1880 

3843 Williams, John. The Redeemed Captive Returning to 

Zion . . . The third edition. As also an Appendix, 
containing an account of those taken captive at Deer- 
field, February 29, 1703-4. Of those kill'd after they 
went out of town; those who returned; and those still 
absent from their native Country; of those who were 
slain at that time in or near the Town; and of the Mis- 
chief done by the enemy in Deerfield, from the begin- 
ning of its settlement to the Death of the Rev. Mr. 
Williams in 1729. With a Conclusion of the whole, by 
the Rev. Mr. [Stephen] Williams of Springfield, and the 
Rev. Mr. Prince of Boston, pp. 4, 104. 16** crimson 
morocco. Boston, S. Kneeland, 1758 


3844 Williams. The Redeemed Captive returning to Zion, 

or, a Faithful History of remarkable Occurrences in the 
Captivity and Deliverance of Mr. John Williams, of 
Deerfield. Frontispiece. 16** cloth. Northampton, 1853 

3845 Williams. The same. i6° half morocco, uncut. 

New Haven, 1802 

3846 Williams. The same. 12** calf. Greenfield, 1837 

3847 Williams, John. An Enquiry intothe Truth of the Tradi- 

tion concerning the Discovery of America. By Prince 
Madog ab Owen Gwynedd, about 11 70; — Farther Ob- 
servations on the Discovery of America, containing the 
account given by General Bowles, the Creek, or Chero- 
kee Indian, lately in London, and by several others, of 
a Welsh tribe of Indians, now living in the western parts 
of North America. 8** half roan, uncut. London, 1 791-2 

3848 Williams, Roger. A Key into the Language of America: 

or, An Help to the Language of the Natives in that 

Part of America, called New England. Together, with 

briefe Observations of the Customs, Manners and Wor- 
ships, etc., of the aforesaid Natives, in Peace and 

Warre, in Life and Death. Title, (7), 196, (3). i8** 
polished calf, extra, yellow edges, by Bedford. 

London, Gregory Dexter, 1643 

This is the earliest printed book of Roger Williams. In the Pre- 
face he says, ** I drew the materialls in a rude lumpe at sea, as a pri- 
vate helpe to my owne memory, that I might not by my present ab- 
sence lightly lose what I had so dearly bought in some few yeares 
hardship and charges among the barbarians; yet being reminded by 
some, what pitie it were to bury those materialls in my grave at land 
or sea. " 

3849 Williams. G. Fox digg'd out of his Burrowes, or, an 

Offer of Disputation on fourteen Proposalls made this 
last Summer 1672 (so called) unto G. Fox, then present 
on Rhode Island in New England, by R. W. etc., with 
an appendix, pp. 208, 119. 4® crimson morocco, extra, 
uncut edges, gilt top. 

Printed by John Foster, Boston, 1676 
Title page and first three leaves in fac-simile. 

3850 Williams. George Fox digg'd out of his Burrowes. Bos- 

ton 1676. Edited by Rev. J. L. Diman. pp. 58, 503. 
Royal 4° full crimson morocco, extra, uncut edges, gilt 
top. Providence, 1872 

Narraganset Club Publication. Vol. V. Club Copy. (Large 

3851 Williams. Experiments of Spiritual Life and Health, 

and their Preservatives. London 1652. 4** boards. 

Reprinted: Providence, 1863 


3853 Williams. The Spirit of Roger Williams, with a por- 

trait of one of his descendants. By L. D. Johnson. 
1839; — **What Cheer"; or, Roger Williams in Banish- 
ment, a poem. By Job Durfee, 1840; — Life of Roger 
Williams. By William Gammell, 1846; — Life of Roger 
Williams. By Romeo Elton, 1853; — Memoir of Roger 
Williams. By J. D. Knowles, 1834. 5 vols. 12° cloth. 

3854 Williams. Ceremonies at the Unveiling of the Monu- 

ment to Roger Williams, erected by the City of Provi- 
dence, October 16, 1877. 2 plates. 8® cloth. 

Providence, 1877 

3855 Williams, Samuel. Natural and Civil History of Ver- 

mont. Map. Second ed., corrected and much en- 
larged. 2 vols. 8° half morocco. Burlington, 1809 

3856 Williams, S. W. Genealogy and History of the Family 

of Williams in America, more particularly of the De- 
scendants of Robert Williams of Roxbury. Portrait. 
12*' cloth. Greenfield, 1847 

3857 Williamson, Hugh. History of North Carolina, pp. 

289, 289. 2 vols. 8** sheep. Phila., 181 2 

3858 Williamson, William D. History of the State of Maine, 

from its first Discovery, A. D. 1602 to the Separation, 
A. D. 1820. pp. 696, 729. Portrait, map and plate. 
2 vols, royal 8° half crushed levant morocco, uncut, gilt 
tops. Hallowell, 1832 

3859 Williamson. History of the State of Maine, from 1602 

to 1820. pp. 696, 729. Portrait and plate. 2 vols. 8° 
sheep. Hallowell, 1839 

3860 Willis, William. History of the Law, the Courts and 

the Lawyers of Maine pp.712. Portraits. 8° cloth. 

Portland, 1863 

3861 Willis* Current Notes. A series of articles on antiqui- 

ties, biography, heraldry, etc., for 1850-57. 7 vols, 
small 4^ cloth. London. 

3862 WiLLOUGHBY. Somc further Portions of the Diary of 

Lady Willoughby which do relate to her Domestic His- 
tory and to the stirring events of the latter years of the 
Reign of King Charles I, the Protectorate and the Res- 
toration, pp. 178. Small 4° cloth, uncut. London, 1848 

3863 Wilson, Henry. Wonderful Characters, comprising 

memoirs and anecdotes of the most remarkable persons 
of every age and nation. Numerous portraits. 3 vols. 
8** half calf. London, 1830 

3864 Wilson, Joshua. Historical Inquiry concerning the 

Principles, Opinions, and Usages of the English Presby- 
terians, pp. 260. 8^ half calf, gilt. London, 1835 


3865 Wilson, R. A. New History of the Conquest of Mexico, 

in which Las Casas' Denunciations of the Popular His- 
torians of that war are fully vindicated, pp. 539. 8° 
cloth. Phila., 1859 

3866 [Wilson, Thomas.] The Knowledge and Practice of 

Christianity made easy to the meanest capacities; or, an 
essay towards an instruction for the Indians, pp. 257. 
16° sheep, (binding broken). London, 1741 

3867 Winchester, Elhanan. Course of Lectures on the 

Prophecies that remain to be fulfilled, 4 vols. 1790; — 
Dialogues and Poems, 1793; — Sermons at London and 
Phila., 1 782-1 793; — Ten Sermons on Various Subjects, 
1799; — Sketch of the Life of Elhanan Winchester, by 
W. Kidder, 1797; — Biography of Rev. Elhanan Win- 
chester, by E. M. Stone, 1836. 8 vols. 8° calf and 
half roan. 

3868 Windham, Conn. History of Ancient Windham. Gene- 

alogy, Part I, A-Bil. By W. L. Weaver, pp. 112. 8** 
paper, uncut. Willimantic, 1864 

3869 Windsor, Conn History of Ancient Windsor, includ- 

ing East Windsor, South Windsor, and Ellington, prior 
to 1768, and Windsor, Bloomfield and Windsor Locks to 
the present time. By H. R. Stiles, pp. 922, 144. Il- 
lustrations. 2 vols. 8° cloth. Albany, 1863 

3870 WiNGFiELD, Edward Maria. A Discourse of Virginia. 

Now first printed from the original manuscript in the 
Lambeth Library. Edited with notes and an introduc- 
tion by Charles Deane. pp. 45. Royal 8° beautifully 
bound by Matthews in full crimson crushed levant 
morocco, gilt back and sides, inside borders. 

Boston, i860 
Only 100 copies privately printed. 

3871 Wingfield. ** a Discourse of Virginia." Edited with 

notes and an introduction, by Charles Deane. Royal 
8° half crimson morocco. Boston, 1859 

Cancelled edition. Only 200 copies privately printed. 

3872 Wingfield. A Discourse of Virginia. 20 pp. of MSS. 

Folio, half morocco. 

This is a transcript made by H. G. Somerby from the original 
manuscript in the Lambeth library. It was printed in a volume of 
the American Antiquarian Society, i860. 

3873 WiNSLOw Memorial, family records of Winslows and 

their descendants in America, with the English ancestry 
as far as known. Kenelm Winslow, vol. 1. By D. P. 
Holton. Portraits and genealogical plates, pp. 656. 
8° cloth. New York, 1877 


3874 WiNSLOW, Edward. Good Newes from New England; 

or, a true relation of things very remarkable at the 
plantation of Plimoth in New England. Shewing the 
wondrous providence and Goodness of God, in their 
preservation and continuance, being delivered from 
many apparent deaths and dangers, pp. 66, (2). Small 
4® half morocco. London, 1624 

" The book/' writes Professor Tyler, <* is a story of the griefs and 
perils and escapes of the young settlement, of their various encoun- 
ters, in amity and in enmity with mean red men and meaner white 
ones ; of the interior administration of the little commonwealth, and 
of its steady advancement through all obstructions into solid security ; 
above all else, it is a description of the country with reference to 
its desirableness as the seat of a new English community.** — Hist, 
American Lit,^ Vol. I. 

With a reprint of the leaf contained in a later issue, inserted. 

3875 WiNSLOW. Hypocrisie Unmasked, by a true relation 

of the proceedings of the Gouvernour and Company 

of the Massachusetts against Samuel Gorton and his 

accomplices, a notorious disturber of the peace and 

quiet of the severall governments wherein he lived, 

with the grounds and reasons thereof, examined and 

allowed by their Generall Court holden at Boston in 

New England in November last, 1646. pp. (i), 6, 103. 

Small 4° full crimson crushed levant morocco, extra, 

inside borders, gilt edges, by Pratt. London, 1646 

See Gorton's Simplicities Defence, No. 1501. 

** Winslow, the diplomatist of Plymouth and Massachusetts, was 
sent to England to defend the Bay Colony against Gorton's 

The appendix contains the first connected account in print of the 
life of the Pilgrims in Holland and the preparations for removal to 
America ; it also gives a report of Robinson's farewell sermon to the 
departing portion of his flock." 

The Epistle Dedicatory of 6 pp. printed in fac-simile. 

3876 VViNSOR, Justin. Narrative and Critical History of Am- 

erica. Numerous illustrations. 8 vols, folio, boards, 
uncut. Boston, 1885-6 

Large paper ; only 550 copies printed. 

3877 WiNSOR. Columbus; a bibliographical note from the 

catalogue of the Ticknor Collection, pp.12. Royal 8° 
sheets, folded. Boston, 1876 

Only 30 copies printed. 

3878 WiNSOR. Library of Harvard University Bulletins. 4 

vols. 8** half roan. Cambridge, 1879-86 

3879 WiNSOR. Library of Harvard University, Bibliographi- 

cal Contributions. Nos. i to 21 inclusive (complete.) 
19 parts 8°, Cambridge, 1879-86 



3880 WiNSOR. Governor Bradford's Manuscript History of 

Plymouth Plantation, pp. 18, 1881; — Two Brief 
Papers, pp. 10, 1886; — Arnold's Expedition against 
Quebec, 1775-6, pp. 12, 1886; — Elder William Brewster 
and other notes, pp. 17, 1887; — Note on the Spurious 
Letters of Montcalm, 1759, pp. 6, 1887; — Cartographi- 
cal History of the Northeastern boundary Controversy, 
pp. 24, 1887. 6 pamphlets. 
Only 75 copies printed of each. 

3881 WiNTERBOTHAM, W. HistoHcal, Geographical, Com- 

mercial and Philosophical View of the United States of 
America. First American edition. Portraits of Wash- 
ington, Franklin, etc. 4 vols. 8° sheep. New York, 1796 

3882 WiNTHROP, John. Journal of the Transactions and Oc- 

currences in the Settlement of Massachusetts and the 
other New England Colonies, from the year 1630 to 
1644. pp. 364. 8** antique calf, gilt. Hartford, 1790 

3883 WiNTHROP. History of New England, from 1630 to 

1649. Edited by James Savage. Portrait, pp. 424, 
429. 2 vols. 8^ morocco, gilt. Boston, 1825-26 

3884 WiNTHROP. The same. New edition. Portrait, pp. 

514, 504. 2 vols. 8° half morocco. Boston, 1853 

3885 WiNTHROP. A Review of Winthrop's Journal, as edited 

and published by James Savage, under the Title of **The 
History of New England," etc. 8® half morocco. 

Boston, 1854 

3886 WiNTHROP. Life and Letters of John Winthrop, 1630- 

1649. Edited by R. C. Winthrop. pp. 452, 483. 2 
portraits. 2 vols. 8^ cloth. Boston, 1864-67 

3X87 Winthrop. The same. 1630. pp. 452. 8® boards, un- 
cut. Boston, 1864 

3888 Winthrop, Robert C. Addresses and Speeches on va- 

rious Occasions, 1835-1886. Portraits. 4 vols. 8° 
cloth. Boston, 1852-86 

3889 Winthrop. Introductory Lecture to the Course on the 

Early History of Massachusetts, at the Lowell Institute. 
Boston, Jan 25, 1869, pp. 27. 8** cloth. 

Privately printed : Boston, 1869 
Presentation copy from the author. 

3890 Winthrop Washington, Bowdoin, and Franklin, as 

portrayed in Occasional Addresses, pp. 186. Frontis- 
piece. 8° cloth. Boston, 1876 

3891 Winthrop. Historical Addresses. 5 vols. 8° half roan. 

Boston, 1839-59 


3892 WiNTHROP. Address before the Maine Historical So- 

ciety, Sept. s, 1849; — Address at Harvard College, 
July 22, 1852; — Lecture at the Boston Library Asso- 
ciation, Dec. 21, 1853; — Address at Boston, Sept. 17, 
1855; — Oration, on the Statue of Franklin, Sept. 17, 
1856; — Address at Boston, May 21, 1857; — Speech at 
New York, Sept. 19, 1864; — Tributes to Edward Ever- 
ett, 1865; — Remarks on Prof. Agassiz, Oct. i, 1866; 
— Address at Boston, May 19, 1869; — Eulogy on George 
Peabody, Feb. 8, 1870; — Oration on the 250th anni- 
versary of the landing of the Pilgrim fathers at Ply- 
mouth, Dec. 21, 1870; — Fourth of July Oration, Boston, 
1876; — Memoir of J. H. CliflFord, 1877; — Correspond- 
ence of Hartlib, Hoak, Oldenberg and others with Gov. 
Winthrop of Connecticut, 1661-1672, 1878; — Pedigree 
of the Winthrop Family, 1874; — Memoir of Nathan 
Appleton, 1861; — Centennial Oration, July 4, 1876; — 
Address on Webster Statue, Nov. 25, 1876; — Letters of 
Mrs. Lucy Downing, 1626-1674, 1871; — Life and Ser- 
vices of James Bowdoin, 1 726-1 790, 1876; — Memoir of 
Henry Clay, 1880; — Address on the Prescott Statue, 
June 17, 188 1 ; — Centennial Oration at Yorktown, Oct. 
19, 1881; — Portrait of John Hampden and Lafayette, 
1881; — Addresses Dec. 14, 1882 and Feb. 8, 1883, at 
the Mass. Hist. Society; — Address June 18, 1883; — 
Dedication of the Washington National Monument, Feb. 
21, 1885; — Words in Defence of an Elderly Lady, 
1885; — Memoir of David Sears, 1886; — Tributes to 
John P. Kennedy; — Notice of M. Mignet; — Memoir 
of W. Minot; — Sir Walter Raleigh. 45 pamphlets. 
Presentation copies. 

3893 Winthrop, Me. Brief History of Winthrop, from 1764 

to 1855. By David Thurston, pp. 247. 12® cloth. 

Portland, 1855 

3894 Wirt, William. The British Spy. 16'' calf. 

Newburyport, 1804 

3895 Wirt. Letters of the British Spy. Eighth ed. Por- 

trait and view of Richmond. 16° calf. Baltimore. 

3896 Wirt. Letters of the British Spy. Tenth ed. Portrait. 

Small 8** light calf, uncut. New York, 1832 

3897 Wise, John, (Pastor in Ipswich.) The Churches Quar- 

rel espoused, pp. 96. 12^ polished calf, extra, gilt 
edges. Boston, 1772 

3898 Wise. A Vindication of the Government of New Eng- 

land Churches, pp. 283. 16° half crimson morocco, 
extra, uncut edges. Boston, 1772 


3899 Wisconsin. Reports and Collections of the State His- 

torical Society of Wisconsin, from 1854 to 1882. Vols. 
I to 9. 6 vols, cloth, 2 vols, paper, i vol. half roan. 
Together 9 vols. 8**. Madison, 1855-82 

3900 Witchcraft. The Wonderfull Discoverie of the Witch- 

crafts of Margaret and Phillip Flower, executed at Lin- 
colne, March 11, 1618. pp. 26. 8** half roan. 

(Reprint,) London, 1619 
Only 250 copies reprinted. 

3901 Witchcraft. A Short Treatise touching Sheriffs Ac- 

compts. Written by Sir Matthew Hale. To which is 
added, A Tryal of Witches, at the Assizes held at Bury 
St. Edmonds, for the County of Suffolk, Mar. 10, 1664. 
pp. no, 59. Small 8° calf. London, 1682-3 

3902 Witchcraft. A Full and Impartial Account of the Dis- 

covery of Sorcery and Witchcraft, practised by Jane 
Wenham of Walkern in Hertfordshire, also her Tryal, 
etc. pp. 36. Fourth ed. 8** half morocco. 

E. Curll: London, 17 12 

3903 Witchcraft. The Case of the Hertfordshire Witchcraft 

considered, being an Examination of a Book entitled, 
A Full and Impartial Account of the Discovery of Sor- 
cery and Witchcraft, practised by Jane Wenham, etc. 
pp. 86. 8° half morocco. London, 1712 

3904 Witchcraft. The Impossibility of Witchcraft further 

demonstrated. (A Fragment of, pp. 1-6, and 11-15.) 
12'' half morocco. London, 17 12 

3905 Witchcraft. A Discourse on Witchcraft, pp. 47. 8*^ 

half morocco. London, 1736 

3906 [WiTHiNGTON, Leonard.] The Puritan; a series of 

essays, critical, moral and miscellaneous. By John 
Oldbug, Esq. pp. 248, 268. 2 vols. 16** cloth. 

Boston, 1836 

3907 WoBURN, Mass. History of, from the grant of its Ter- 

ritory to Charlestown, in 1640 to i860. By Samuel 
Sewall. pp. 677. Portrait. 8° cloth. Boston, 1868 

3908 WoLCOTT, Roger. Poetical Meditations, being the im- 

provement of some vacant hours; with a preface by 
Rev. Mr. Bulkleyof Colchester, pp. 82. 16° morocco. 

T. Green: New London, 1725 

Autograph of " John Imlay, 1753.** 

3909 Wolfe, Gen. James. Instructions to Young Officers, 

also his orders for a battalion and an army, a Placart 
to the Canadians, etc. Second ed. pp. io6. i6* 
crimson morocco, gilt, uncut edges. London, 1780 


3910 VVoLLASTON, William. The Religion of Nature Delinea- 

ted. Seventh ed. pp. 413, 12. Portrait. 8** half 
morocco. London, 1750 

391 1 VVoLSEY. The Life of Cardinal Wolsey. By George 

Cavendish. With notes and other illustrations, by S. 
W. Singer, pp. 542. Portraits and plates. 8** cloth, 
uncut. London, 1827 

3912 Wood, J.. P. Memoirs of the Life of John Law of 

Lauriston, including a detailed account of the rise, 
progress, and termination of the Mississippi system, 
pp. 234. Portrait. 16° half calf. Edinburgh, 1824 

3913 Wood, John. History of the Administration of John 

Adams, Esq., late President of the United States. 8° 
half roan, gilt, uncut edges. New York, 1802 

Nearly all this edition were destroyed. 

3914 Wood. The Suppressed History of the Administration 

of John Adams. Republished with notes and an ap- 
pendix, by J. H. Sherburne, pp. 392. Portrait. 12° 
cloth. Phila., 1846 

3915 Wood, Silas. A Sketch of the First Settlement of the 

several Towns on Long Island. New edition, pp. 184. 
8** boards, uncut. Brooklyn, 1828 

3916 Wood, William. New England's Prospect. A true, 

lively and experimental! description of that part of 
America, commonly called New England; discovering 
the state of that countrie, both as it stands to our new- 
come English planters, and to the old native inhabi- 
tants, laying downe that which may both enrich the 
knowledge of the mind-travelling reader or benefit the 
future voyager. Map of the south part of New Eng- 
land, pp. I, 6, 98, 6. Small 4° calf, gilt. 

London, Thomas Cotes for John Bellamie, 1634 

First edition. Wood's New England's Prospect is the earliest 
topographical account of the Massachusetts Colony, so far as the 
settlement then extended. It also has a full description of its fauna 
and flora, and of the natives. — Charles Deane in Narrative History. 

Copies with the map are exceedingly rare. This copy has also a 
fac-simile map bound in at the end. Pictorial ex-libis of William 
Tyson, Bristol. 

3917 Wood. New England's Prospect; being a true, lively 

and experimental description of that part of Am- 
erica commonly called New England. Third ed. pp. 
I, 17, 128. 8° paper, uncut. 

London, printed, 1639. Boston: reprinted, 1764 

This is really the 4th ed., with autographs of Cotton Tufts who 
has inscribed on the title-page : " The Gift of Nath. Rogers, Esq. (to 
Cotton Tufts), 1767, by whom the Introductory Essay was written.*' 
— See Proc. Mass, Hist. Soc. VI. 334-337. 


3918 Wood, Anthony A. Athenae Oxonienses; an exact his- 

tory of all the writers and bishops who have had their 
education in the University of Oxford; to which are 
added the Fasti, or annals of the said University. 
New edition with a continuation by Philip Bliss. 4 vols, 
royal 4® calf. London, 1813 

3919 Woodbury, Conn. History of Ancient Woodbury, from 

1659 to 1854. By William Cothren. pp. 833, 5. Por- 
trait. 8® cloth. Waterbury, 1854 

3920 Woodbury. Second Centennial Celebration of the Ex- 

ploration of Ancient Woodbury, and the reception of 
the first Indian Deed, held at Woodbury, July 4, 1859. 
Edited by William Cothren. pp. 105. 8** half roan. 

Woodbury, 1859 

3921 Woodman. List of the Descendants of Mr. Joshua 

Woodman, who settled at Kingston, N. H., 1736. By 
J. H. Woodman, pp. 54, 1856; — List of some of the 
Descendants of Mr. Edward Woodman, who settled at 
Newbury, Mass., 1635. ^V Joshua Coffin, pp. 16, 
1865. 2 vols. 12** and 8** half roan. 

3922 [WooDNOTH, Arthur.] A Short Collection of the most 

Remarkable Passages from the Originall to the dissolu- 
tion of the Virginia Company. Title, pp. (i), 20. Small 
4® half blue morocco. London, 165 1 

" In the Dedicatory Epistle, the work is stated to have been written 
by Arthur Woodnoth, a member and sometimes Deputy of the 
Virginia Company. An ancient adventurer and deligent prosecutor 
of the best ends for the advancement of the Virginia Plantation." 

3923 Woodstock, Conn. An Historical Sketch. By C. W. 

Bowen. pp. 62. 8° cloth, uncut. New York, 1886 

3924 Woodstock, Me. History of Woodstock, with family 

sketches and an appendix. By W. B. Lapham. pp. 
315. Portraits. 8*^ cloth. Portland, 1882 

3925 WooDWORTH, Samuel. Melodies, Duets, Trios, Songs 

and Ballads. Second ed. pp. 288. Frontispiece. 18** 
half russia. New York, 1830 

3926 Wool. Hayes, J. L. Address in Phila., Sept. 6, 1865; 

— Protection a Boon, 1867; — The Angora Goat, 1868; 

— The Protective Policy, 1868; — American Textile 
Machinery, 1879; — Custom Duties on the Necessaries 
of Life, 1884; — Fires in Woolen Mills. 12 vols. 8" 
cloth and paper. Boston. 

3927 WooLEY, Charles. A Two Years Journal in New York, 

and part of its territories in America. New edition, 
with notes by E. B. O'Callaghan. 8** cloth, uncut. 

New York, i860 


3928 WooLMAN, John. Journal of the Life, Gospel Labors 

and Christian Experiences of. 12** boards. 

New York. 1845 

3929 WooLRYCH, H. W. Memoirs of the Life of Judge 

Jeffreys, sometime Lord High Chancellor of England, 
pp. 442. Portrait. 8** half calf. London, 1827 

3930 Worcester, Marquis. Life, Times, and Scientific La- 

bours of the second Marquis of Worcester, to which is 
added a reprint of his Century of Inventions, 1663. By 
H. Dircks. pp. 625. Portrait. 8** cloth, uncut. 

London, 1865 

3931 Worcester, Mass. History of Worcester, from its ear- 

liest Settlement to September, 1836. By W. Lincoln, 
pp. 384. 8® morocco, gilt. Worcester, 1837 

3932 Worcester. History of Worcester, from its earliest 

Settlement, to 1861. By William Lincoln and Charles 
Hersey. pp. 448. Portraits. 8** boards, uncut. 

Worcester, 1862 

3933 Worcester. Notes, Historical and Chronological, on 

the Town of Worcester, Mass. By Nathaniel Paine. 
Plates. Royal S^ paper, uncut. Worcester, 1876 

Only 35 copies privately printed. 

3934 Worcester. Addresses of Inauguration of the Free In- 

stitute of Industrial Science, Nov. 11, 1868; — Remi- 
niscences of the Fire Society, 1870; — Remonstrance 
against the Division of Worcester County, 1874; — Cen- 
tennial Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, 
July 4, 1876; — Thomas's Address July 4, 1876; — Sen- 
sational Literature in Public Libraries, by S. S. Green, 
1879; — Relation of the Public Library to the Public 
Schools, 1880; — Gleanings from the Second Parish, 
by S. S. Green, 1883. 7 pamphlets. 

3935 Worcester Magazine and Historical Journal, cojitaining 

Topographical and Historical Sketches of Worcester 
County. Edited by W. Lincoln and C. C. Baldwin. 
Portrait. 2 vols. 8® boards, uncut. Worcester, 1826 

3936 Wordsworth, Christopher. **Who wrote Eikon Bazil- 

ike?" considered and answered, pp. 413; — Documen- 
tary Supplement to **Who wrote Eikon Bazilike?" pp. 
50; — King Charles the First, the Author of Icon Ba- 
silike, further proved, pp. 256. In i vol. 8** morocco, 
gilt. London and Cambridge, 1824-28 

3937 Wordsworth. Ecclesiastical Biography; or. Lives of 

Eminent Men, connected with the History of Religion 
in England. Third ed. 4 vols. 8** half calf, gilt. 

London, 1839 


3938 WoTTON, Sir Henry. Letters to Sir Edmund Bacon. 

pp. 166. 18° half morocco, (writing on title.) 

London, 1661 

3939 WoTTON. The Characters of Robert Devereux, Earl of 

Essex, and George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, com- 
pared and contrasted. Edited by Sir Edgerton Brydges. 
PP- 37* S° calf, gilt. Lee Priory Press, 1814 

Only 100 copies privately printed. 

3940 Wrangham, Rev. Francis. The British Plutarch. New 

edition, with additional Lives. 6 vols. 8° dark calf, 
gilt. London, 1816 

Only 3 copies printed on blue paper. 

3941 [Wright, Frances.] Views of Society and Manners in 

America, pp. 387. 8° boards, uncut. New York, 1821 

3942 Wright, H. C. Six Months at Graefenberg, with con- 

versations in the saloon on non-resistance and other 
subjects. Portrait. 12** morocco, red edges. 

London, 1845 

3943 Wright, Thomas. A Collection of Old English Pieces. 

Edited with prefaces, notes and glossary. 4 vols., 
square 18° half morocco, uncut. 

W. Pickering: London, 1836 

3944 Wycliffe, John. The New Testament in English trans- 

lated by John Wycliffe, circa 1380. Now first printed 
from a contemporary Manuscript. 4° half roan, uncut. 

W. Pickering: London, 1858 

3945 Wynne, James. Private Libraries of New York. pp. 

472. Imperial 8° cloth, uncut. New York, i860 

Large Paper. Only 100 copies printed. 

3946 N^ONGE, William. England's Shame; or the Un- 

I masking of a Politick Atheist, being a full and 

faithful Relation of the Life and Death of that grand 

Impostor Hugh Peters. Portrait, (mounted), pp. 88. 

18° sheep. London, 1663 

The author testified against Peters at his trial, 1660. 

3947 York, Me. Ancient City of Gorgeana, and Modern 

Town of York, from its earliest Settlement to the pres- 
ent time. By G. A. Emery, pp. 256. Illustrations. 
16° cloth. Boston, 1874 

3948 Young, Alexander. Library of the Old English Prose 

Writers. 9 vols. 16® russia, (bindings broken). 

Cambridge, 1831 

Contents : FuUer's Holy State. — Sidney's Defence of Poesie. — 
Selden's Table Talk. — Sir T. Browne's Works. — Fell tham's Re- 
solves. — Walton's Lives. — Latimer's Sermons. — Selections from 
J. Taylor. — Sir T. More's Works. 


3949 Young. Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony 

of Plymouth, from i6o2 to 1625. Portraits, (photograph 

and memoir of the author inserted.) 8° cloth, uncut. 

Boston, 1841 
With fac-simile of Blaskowitz's map of Plymouth and of Peregrine 
White's Will inserted. 

3950 Young. The same. Second ed. 8** cloth, uncut. 

Boston, 1844 

3951 Young. Chronicles of the First Planters of the Colony 

of Massachusetts Bay, from 1623 to 1636. 5 inserted 
portraits and MSS. notes by Mr Deane. 8° morocco, 
red edges. Boston, 1846 

3952 Young. Another copy. 8° cloth, uncut. Boston, 1846 

3953 Young. Evangelical Unitarianism, 1830; — Discourse 

at the Ordination of James W. Thompson, Feb. 17, 
^830; — Discourse on Nathaniel Bowditch, 1840; — Dis- 
course at the Ordination of George E. Ellis, March 11, 
1840; — Discourse on William Prescott, Dec. 15, 1844; 
— Sins of the Tongue, 1845; — Discourse on William 
Parsons, March 26, 1837; — Discourse on the 20th An- 
niversary of his Ordination, Jan. 19, 1845; — Discourse 
at Harvard, May 13, 1846; — Discourse on Benjamin 
Rich, Jan. 8, 1851; — Discourse on Mrs. C. G. Pres- 
cott, May 23, 1852. II vols. 8® half roan. 

Boston, 1830-52 

3954 Young, Edward. Night Thoughts. With the Life of 

the author, and notes, portraits and fine plates after 
designs by Stothard. pp. 364. Royal 8® calf, gilt. 

London, 1798 

3955 Young, Thomas. Hopes Incouragement; a Fast Ser- 

mon, preached in Westminster, February 28, 1643. PP* 
38. Small 4° half morocco. London, 1644 

3956 Young and Minns. The Defence of Young and Minns, 

Printers to the State, before the Committee of the 
House of Representatives; pp. 68. 8** half roan, gilt. 

Boston, 1805 

3957 Young Mans Calling, or the Whole Duty of Youth. 

pp. 425. Curious plates. 18° calf, gilt. London, 1678 

3958 T^EISBERGER, David. Diary of David Zeisberger, 
^L« a Moravian Missionary among the Indians of Ohio. 

Translated and edited by Eugene F. Bliss, pp. 464, 
532. 2 vols. 8° cloth, uncut. Cincinnati, 1885 

3959 Zeisberger's Indian Dictionary. English, German, Iro- 

quois — the Onondga — and Algonquin — the Delaware. 
Printed from the original Manuscript in Harvard Col- 
lege Library. 4° cloth. Cambridge, 1887 
Presentatioii copy. 


3960 Zenger, John Peter. The Tryal of John Peter Zengcr, 

of New York, Printer, who was lately try'd and acquited 
for Printing and Publishing a Libel against the Govern- 
ment. Fourth ed. pp. 32. 4^ half calf, uncut. 

London, 1738 

3961 Zenger. Trial of J. P. Zenger, of New York, Printer, 

who was charged with having printed and published a 
Libel against the Government, and acquitted, also. 
Trial of Mr. William Owen, Bookseller, pp. 59. 8* 
half roan. London, 1765 

3962 ZiEGLER, J. Qvae intvs continentvr. Syria, ad Ptolo- 

maici operis rationem, Praeterea Strabone, Plinio, & An- 
tonio auctoribus locupletata. Palestina, iisdem auctori- 

bus Schondia, tradita ab auctoribus, qui in eius 

operis prologo memorantur. pp. no. Folio, half vel- 
lum. Argentorati, Petrum Opilionem, 1532 

*' The last map in the volume relating to the northern regions, con- 
tains Greenland and Terra Bacallaos. In the work is a division re- 
lating to the northern regions under the general name of Schondia, 
in which are separate chapters on Greenland, Iceland, Lapland, etc. *' 

Zeigler lived in Rome, where, from two Bishops who had Uvea in 
Greenland and Iceland, he obtained the facts given in his work. 

3963 ZuRLA, Placido. Sulle Antiche Mappe Idro-Geografiche 

lavorate in Venezia Commentario. pp. 96. Maps. 
Royal 4* paper, uncut. Venezia, 1818 


3964 Caricature. A New Drop Scene for D. L. T. Lon- 

don, 1808. Thomas Scrutiny, del. et sculp. 7 x 13 
inches. Colored caricature. 

3965 Dean, Nicholas, President of Croton Acqueduct Dept. 

Oval lithographic portrait. 

3966 Franklin, Benjamin. The Politician, painted by S. 

Elmer, engraved by T. Ryder, London, 1824. iij^x 
1^}^ inches, (cut close.) 

3967 Franklin. Photographs of Paintings. (2) 

3968 Portraits. Heliotypes. Wm. Tudor; J. Davis; Jas. 

Savage; Geo. R. Minot; Thos. L. Winthrop; Christo- 
pher Gore; Thomas Wallcutt. (16) 

3969 Portraits. Wood-cuts. (8) 

3970 Portraits. Phillis Wheatley; Edward Everett, (2); 

and 3 other unsigned proofs. (6) 

3971 Portraits. Mr. C. Churchill, and Col. Benjamin 

Church, by P. Revere (the same likeness); Theodore 
Sedgwick, by St. Memin; James Otis; Thos. Smith; 
George Thacher; Thos, Prince; Tosiah Winslow, etc. 



3972 Portraits. Sir Edmund Andros; — Samuel Sewall, 

India proofs. (2) 

3973 Portraits. Charles V; — Geo. Cruikshank; — R. B. 

Sheridan; — Mrs. Siddons, etc. (12) 

3974 Revere, Paul. North Battery in Boston. Engraved by 

Paul Revere. 6 x 7 J^ inches. Reprint from the origi- 
nal copper. 

3975 Shakspeare. Portrait of Shakspeare, engraved by 

Martin Droeshout. London, (for first folio.) Evident- 
ly a contemporary copy of the original copper plate. 
7^ x6X inches, narrow margins. 

3976 WiLLARD. The Reverend Mr. Saml Willard. Engraved 

by Van der Gucht, 7 x io>^ inches. Reprint from 
original copper. 

3977 WiNTHROP. Portraits of Gov. John Winthrop; — Adam 

Winthrop; — R. C. Winthrop; — View of Groton Church, 
with tomb of Adam Winthrop; — Photographs of tombs 
and fac-similes of documents, etc., all relating to the 
Winthrop family. (15) 


3978 America noviter delineata. M. Meriam, fecit. Map 

II X 14 inches. 

3979 Boston. Plan of the Town of Boston and the circum- 

jacent country shewing the present situation of the 
King's Troops and the Rebels Intrenchments, 25th 

July, 1775- 

A water color map, 17 x 17 inches, mounted on linen. 

3980 Boston. The same. Lithographic fac-simile. (6 copies.) 

3981 Boston. A New Plan of y* Great Town of Boston in 

New England in America, with the many additional 
buildings and new streets, to the year 1769. By William 
Price. Folio, 17 x 24 inches. 

3982 Boston. A Plan of the Town of Boston, with the In- 

trenchments, etc., of His Majesty's Forces in 1775, 
from the observations of Lieut. Page of His Majesty's 
Corps of Engineers and from the plans of other gentle- 
men. Engraved and printed for Wm. Faden, 1777. 
17^ X 21 inches. 

3983 Boston. Plan of the Town and Harbor of Boston, 1774* 

(plate engraved in England) from an accurate survey 
by British authority just previous to the Revolutionary 
war and was used by them as a guide and campaign 
map. 15 X 18 in. Heliotype fac-simile. Boston. 


3984 Boston. The Town of Boston in New England, by 

Capt John Bonner, 1722. Re-engraved by George C. 
Smith, 1835. Folio, mounted with rollers. 

3985 Boston and its Vicinity. By John G. Hales. Engraved 

by Edward Dillingham. Mounted on linen and folded 
in case. 

3986 Boston. Plan of Boston, by William Burgess. Origi- 

nally engraved by Thos. Johnson in 1728, reproduced in 
1869. 10^ X 14J4 in. Heliotype. 

3987 Boston, Old and New. Heliotype in colors, showing 

the old town limits with the new, with references. i 

9 X 1 1 J^ in. 

Presentation copy from Justin Winsor. 

3988 Boston. Carte de la Ville, Baye, et Environs de 

Baston. Par Jean Baptiste Louis Franquelin. 11 x 15 
in. Heliotype. 

3989 Boston. Bartlett's Illustrated Map of Boston. Tinted 

lithograph. 22 x 31 in. New York, 187 1 

3990 Boston. Plan of Boston, corrected under the direction 

of Committee on Printing of City of Boston, 1866. 
Folio, 27 X 39 in. 

3991 Boston. Plan of Fort Hill, showing improvements as 

proposed, 1866. Large folio. 

3992 Boston. A New Survey of the Harbour of Boston in 

New England. 16 x 21 in. Old copper plate, very 
badly damaged. Dublin. 

3993 Bunker Hill. Sketch of the Battle of Bunker Hill. By 

a British officer. Published by George G. Smith. Bos- 
ton, 1843. 12 ^ ^9 ^"• 

3994 Carta da Navegar de Nicolo et Antonie Zeni Furono 

III, tramonta Tano 1380. 11 x i4j4 in. Heliotype. 
(4 copies). 

3995 Centennial Map of Concord, by H. W. Blaisdell, 1875; 

— Centennial Map of the City of Charlestown, 1875. 2 
pieces. 4 

3996 Chart. Remarques sur la Navigation de Terre-Neuve 

d New York afin d'^viter les Courrants et les bas-fonds 
au Sud de Nantuckett et du Banc de George. 13 x 14J4 
in. Paris, n. d. 

3997 Hennepin. A Map of a New World between New Mexico 

and the Frozen Sea, newly discovered by Father Lewis 
Hennepin. 10)^ x 17 in. ; — A Map of a Large Country 
newly discovered in the Northern America, situated 
between New Mexico and the Frozen Sea. By Father -* 
Lewis Hennepin. 14^ x 17 in. 2 original maps. 


3998 Hennepin. Carte de la Nouvelle France et de la Louisi- 

ane, 1683. Par le Rev. Pere Louis Hennepin. 11 >^ x 
19 in. Fac-simile map mounted on linen. 

3999 Hubbard's Map of New England, 1677. Fac-simile of 

the Wine Hills map, published by W. B. Fowle, 1846. 


4000 Kentucky. A Map of Kentucky, from actual survey, 

by Elihu Barker. Engraved for, and sold by Mathew 
Carey, Phila. 17)^ x 39 in. 

4001 Map of the Battle Ground of Greenbrier River, drawn 

and published by A. T. McRae, C. S. A. Quitman 
Guards, First Regt. Ga. Vols. Engraved by J. Baum- 
garten, Richmond, Va. Curious wood-cut map. loj^ 
X 16)^ in. 

4002 Map of the country between Albemarle Sound and Lake 

Erie, comprehending the whole of Virginia, Maryland, 
Delaware, and Pennsylvania. Engraved for the 
** Notes on Virginia." Folio, 24 x 24 in. Lithographic 
fac-simile. London. 

4003 Map of North Sea and Lands, delineated upon a chart 

in the 14th century by Antonio Zeno. Reproduced by 
G. E. Emery. 3 heliotypes. 

4004 Map of St. Helena Sound and the Coast between Char- 

lestown and Savannah. Boston, i86t. 9 x 12 in. 

4005 Map of the State of Maine, with the Province of New 

Brunswick, by Moses Greenleaf, 1828. Large folio, 
with rollers 

4006 Map of the World, on Mercator's Projection. By David 

H. Burr. Folio, 19 x 23 in. 

4007 Maps. Heliotypes of Old Maps, etc., reproduced for 

** Narrative and Critical History," etc. (27) 

4008 Narragansett Bay. Plan of the battle of Newport in 

the Revolution. Lithograph from the original in the 
possession of the Massachusetts Historical Society. 

4009 NEwfEngland. Fac-simile by S. G. Drake for his 

edition of Hubbard's History, 1865. ** Wine Hills " 
map, on bond paper. 

4010 New England. The South Part of New-England, as it is 

Planted this yeare, 1634. 7^ x 10^ in. Heliotype. 

401 1 New Englands and New France. Heliotype reproduc- 

tion of early map. g}^ x 12^ in. (3 copies). 

4012 North America. An Accurate Map of North America. 

By Eman Bowen and John Gibson, engraver. Photo- 
lithographic reproduction. 2oJ^ x 23 in. 


4013 North Carolina. A Compleat Map, from an actual sur- 

vey, by John Collet. 13x19)4 in. Photo-lithographic 

4014 Plan of the Entrance of Chesapeak Bay with James and 

York Rivers, wherein are shewn the respective posi- 
tions, in the beginning of October. By an Officer. 16 
X 20 in. London, 1781 

4015 PowNALL, T. A Map of the Middle British Colonies in 

North America. First published by Mr. Lewis Evans 
of Phila., in 1755, and since corrected and improved, 
as also extended, with the addition of New England 
and bordering parts of Canada. Engraved by Jas. 
Turner, Phila. 19^ x 23^ in. 

4016 Rhode Island. Map of the State of Rhode Island, taken 

mostly from surveys, by Caleb Harris. Engraved for 
Carter & Wilkinson, Providence, 1795. Reprint from 
old copper. 16 x 22 in. 

4017 Rhode Island. A Topographical Map of the State of 

Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. Surveyed 
by James Stevens, 1846. Folio, with rollers. 

4018 Sketch Map of Pascataway, Maine and New Hampshire; 

— Map of the Lakes and Head Quarters of the Andros- 
coggin River. 2 pieces. • 

4019 Sketch Map of a portion of Plymouth Colony, to 

illustrate Church's Annals of Philip's War. Lithograph, 
1865. Folio. 

4020 Smith. The Summer lis. Reproduction of the map 

from the first edition of Smith's ** Generall Historic of 
Virginia." 13)^ x loj^ in. (3 copies). 

4021 Stevens, Henry. Maps issued with the Geographical 

Notes and Tehuantepec Railway. Photo-lithographic 
reproductions. Folio. (8) 

4022 Telegraph Chart showing the track of the great sub- 

marine Atlantic Telegraph, and the depths^of the ocean. 
With an account of the invention and operation of the 
magnetic telegraph. Folio. New York, 1858 

4023 Trelawny Patent (heliotype) and Pemaquid Map, (a 

tracing.) (2 pieces). 

4024 United States of North America; with the British Terri- 

tories and those of Spain. Engraved by W. Faden, 
1793. Folio, 20 X 23 in. Lithographic fac-simile. 


4025 United States. General Map of the United States. 

New York, 1861. Folio, mounted with rollers. 


4026 Virginia. Carte de la Virginie et du Maryland. Par 

le Sr. Robert de Vaugondy, 1755. Folio, 18 x 23 in. 
Lithographic fac-simile. London. 

4027 Virginia and Maryland, as it is planted and inhabited 

this present year 1670, surveyed and exactly drawne by 
Augustin Herrman. Folio, 20 x 24 in. Lithographic 
fac-simile. London. 

4028 Virginia. Smith's Map of Virginia, with picture of 

Powhatan in the left hand corner. (2 variations) ; — 
Map of the most inhabited part of Virginia, containing 
the whole of the Province of Maryland. Drawn by 
Joshua Fry and Peter Jefferson. 14 x 19 in. 3 re- 

4029 York County, Me., from actual survey by J. Chase, Jr., 

published by J. L. Smith & Co., Boston, 1856. Large 
folio, mounted with rollers. 



a, /. s, autograph letter signed ; /. s. letter signed ; d. s. document signed ; 
a H. J. autograph note signed. 

4030 Adams, John Quincy, President of the United States, 

a. d. s, I page 8°, **Oct. 22, 1814"; — Daniel Webster, 
Statesman, a. I, s. i page 8° and address, **Boston, 
Oct. 12, 1844," to N. D. Hubbard, making a business 
appointment. Secretaries of State. (2) 

4031 Allen, Col. Ira, Revolutionary officer, brother of Ethan 

Allen, a. I. s. 1 page 4° and address, **Fortfradreck, 
October 14, 1774," to Col. Ethan Allen, on business 
connected with the Land Grants; — Levi Allen, another 
brother of Ethan, a. /. s. 2 pages 4° and address, 
**Quebec, July 7, 1787," to Col. Ira Allen, on business. (2) 

4032 Amherst, Sir Jeffrey, Commander-in-Chief of the British 

Forces in America, Colonial Governor of Va., a. I. s, 
I page 4°, *'Camp of Tionderoga, Aug. i, 1759," to 
Col. Bradstreet. **. . . . pray be so good to forward the 
brewing apparatus as fast as possible, the Army is be- 
ginning to grow sickly and I believe from no other 
reason but drinking water wherever they find it, which 
sickness will, I hope, be got the better of by spruce 
beer. . . . The shoes will be of great use to us . . . ." 

Autograph letters of Gen. Amherst are rare. 


4033 Anne, Queen of England, d, s. portion of, 1-2 page 4°. 

Sign manual, at the head of a document. 

4034 Belcher, Jonathan, Colonial Governor of Massachusetts, 

1730, and of New Jersey, 1747, a. d, s. portion of, 1-2 
page 4°, **Boston, June 2, 1720'*; — Thomas Gushing. 
Governor of Mass., 1785, M. O. C. etc., a. L s, i page 
oblong 8°, **Boston, Jan. 9, 1764." Written and signed 
as selectman of Boston, and signed also by Samuel 
Sewall, and Henderson Inches. (2) 

4035 Belknap, Rev. Jeremy, Historian, Minister of Federal 

St. Church, founder of the Mass. Hist. Soc, a, /. s. i 
page 4° and address to Mrs. Leach in regard to her 
joining his Church ; — J udge Mellen Chamberlain, a. L s. 
I page 8°, 1878, sending the same to Mr. Deane. (2) 

4036 BowRiNG, Sir John, Author, linguist and statesman. Gov. 

of Hong Kong, a. I, s. i page 8**, ** London, Oct. 4, 
1841," to Richard Allanby, regarding a petition to 
abolish the Slave trade, which he intended to offer in 
the House of Commons. 

4037 Br.\dfori), William, Second Governor of Plymouth Col- 

ony, 1621, and one of the **Mayflower" Pilgrims, author 
of the "History of Plymouth Colony, 1602-1647," lately 
given to Massachusetts by the Bishop of London, a. /. s. 
I page 4° and address, *Tlimouth, Dec. 11, 1645/' 
to ** his much honoured friend, Mr. John Winthrop, 
deputie Gou'. of Ye Massachusets these be d. d.," and 
bearing Winthrop's endorsement. **....! am re- 
quested to write these few lines unto you in the behalfe 
of some Indeans of Yarmoth, who complaine that Mr. 
Affley owes them 6 coats of trading cloath, and a pair 
of small briches, for service they did him, in taking of 
sturgion. Some of them affirme that they were loath to 
have loast their hunting when he Importuned them to 
help him, and now not to repay them for their laboure 
they take it very ill, and take occasion therby to scan- 

dalice all Ye English " This letter is the one 

sent to London for comparison with the MS. in the Ful- 
ham Library to determine if the latter was the long miss- 
ing Bradford History. See ** Proceedings Mass. Hist. 
Soc. April 12, 1855." 

In perfect condition and very rare. 

4038 Bradstreet, Col. John, In Pepperrell's regiment at 

Louisburg, with Amherst at Ticonderoga, captured 
Fort Frontenac, etc., a. I. s. i page 4**, ''Albany, Dec. 
24, 1759," to Capt. Abraham Dow. An order for the 
payment of money for "the Publick Service." Rare. 


4039 Broadside. — ** Boston, Dec. r, 1773. At a Meeting of 

the People of Boston and the neighbouring Towns, at 
Faneuil Hall in said Boston, on Monday the 29th of 
November, 1773, nine o'clock, a. m., and continued by 
Adjournment to the next Day; for the Purpose of con- 
sulting, advising and determining upon the most proper 
and effectual Method to prevent the unloading, receiv- 
ing or vending the detestable Tea, sent out by the East 
India Company, Part of which being just arrived in this 
Harbour " Heliotype reproduction. 

4040 Broadside, — **The First Great Western Empire, or The 

United States of America, January 15, 181 2." Pub- 
lished to inspire the Patriots to enlist in the War of 
1812. Reprint. 

4041 Brooks, Dr. John, Revolutionary officer. Governor of 

Massachusetts, etc., a. I. s. i page folio, **Medford, 
May 22, 1801," to Jonathan Jackson. 

4042 Burleigh, William Cecil, Lord, Secretary of State to 

Queen Elizabeth, Lord High Treasurer, 1572, etc., d. s. 
I page folio, endorsement for the payment of the bill of 
William Robinson **for ryding with letters from the Rt. 
Hon. my Lord Burleigh, Lord High Treasurer of Eng- 
land to Mr. William Sands, Esquire, one of the Com- 
missioners appointed for the repair of the forts and 
Castles, etc." 

4043 Burns, Robert, Scotch poet, a. d. 2 pages 8**, (1793- 

94). A copy of his famous impromptu, written when 
Gen. Dumouriez deserted the Army of the French Re- 

" You're welcome to Despots, Dumourier, 

You're welcome to Despots, Dumourier, 

How does Dampiere do ? 

Ay, and Beurnonville too ? 

Wny did they not come along with you, Dumourier? ....** 

Very rare. 

4044 Bute, John Stuart, Earl of. Prime Minister of England, 

d. s. portion of, 1-2 page 8°, **Whitehall, Sept., 1762," 
signed also by T. Dashwood, and James Oswald; — two 
other portions of Treasury documents, signed by 
Charles Townshend, Duke of Newcastle, Grenville, 
Legge and others, each 1-2 page 8®. (3) 

4045 Carlos, Don, King of Spain, grandson of Ferdinand and 

Isabella, and of Maximilian of Germany, /. s. i page 
oblong folio, and address, **Burgos, June 17, 1524." 
To the Master of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 
appointing Pedro de Peaztagni to a commandery in the 
Order, and bearing the official signature **Yo el Rey." 
Very rare, and in very good condition. 


4046 Gary, Sir Robert, Officer of the Household of King 

James I., of England, d. s, i page folio, **Aug. 17, 
1 61 9," warrant for a treasury payment, to one of the 
officers **of his highness" wardrobe." 

4047 Ghalmers, George, Scotch historian. Secretary of the 

Board of Trade, a. I, in 3d person, i page 4**, and wrap- 
per franked, **Whitehall, 16 June, 1789"; — and <i. </. 
I page 4**, an extract from the Gharter of the Golony of 
Rhode Island, (a) 

4048 Gharles I., King of England, /. s. 2 pages folio and 

address, **our Gourt att Oxford, December 21, 1642," 
to **Our trusty and Welbeloued Our high Sheriflfe of Our 

Gounty of Montgomery Wee are very much 

moued and afflicted with the Sence Wee haue of the 
Pressures and Sufferings of Our good subjects of that 
our Gounty in so high a measure from the forces of the 
Rebells, and in some Degree from such forces of Our 
Own w*** Wee were constrained by this Rebellion to rays 
there for the necessary Defence of Ourselfe and of that 
our Gounty .... Wee are afflicted for the Difficulties 
and Dammages they have sustayned by occasion of this 
Desperate Rebellion .... nothing but the necessity 
of Warre . . should euer in Our Raigne haue brought 
upon them . . . ." Most interesting letter written just 
at the beginning of the war. In perfect condition, and 
very rare in this form. 

4049 Gharles V., Emperor of Germany (Gharles I. of Spain), 

/. s. I page folio and address, **Oct. 7, 1529," to the 
Prince of Orange, to retain and treat well Don Diego 
Somiento. Stained, and margin injured, but signature 
intact. Rare. 

4050 Glap, Rev. Thomas, President of Yale Gollege, 1740, 

a. I. s. I page folio and address, **New Haven, June 
25, 1762," to the Rev. Jared Eliot. A notification for 
a meeting of the Gorporation of the Gollege, before 
Gommencement. Rare. 

405 1 Glay, Henry, Statesman and orator. Secretary of State, 

etc., a. L s, 1 page 4°, ** Washington, Oct. 10, 1828, 
(Gonfidential)," to Mr. Madison. In regard to the quali- 
fications of Mr. Trist, a member of Mr. Jefferson's fam- 
ily, for a position in the State Department. 

4052 GoNFEDERATE States. Bonds and Gertificates, issued by 

the Gonfederate States Government, during the Givil 
War, and authorized by Acts of Dec. 24, 1861, Feb. 20, 
1863, and Feb. 17, 1864, all in blank. Also a blank 
Commission for a Privateer. **Montgomery," i86i. (7) 


4053 Confederate States Fractional Currency. Specimens of 

the currency issued by several of the states during the 
Civil War, 1861-1863. North and South Carolina, 
Alabama, Georgia, etc., in sums of five to fifty cents; — 
also a $1 note of the Castine Bank, 1819. (10) 

4054 Confederate States Paper Currency. Specimens of 

the currency issued by the Confederate States Govern- 
ment during the Civil War, 1861-1864, in sums of one 
to fifty dollars, and various issues; ^also a one dollar 
note, issued by the State of Virginia, May 15, 1862. 
All in fairly good condition. (14) 

4055' Connecticut Lottery Ticket, '*for the Benefit of the 
Ferry-Point-Wharff in New Haven, 1754," signed by 
Jared Ingersoll; — Loan office Certificate, **Jan. 11, 
1782," signed by M. Hillegas, Moses Brown, and 
others; — and three checks of the Bank of the United 
States, 1799, 1800, 1801. (5) 

4056 Continental Money. Currency issued by the Conti- 

nental Congress, 1775-76-77-78, in sums of three, five, 
seven and eight dollars, and one-sixth of a dollar; — 
also specimens of the issues of the Colonies of New Jer- 
sey, 1776, Maryland, 1774, Pennsylvania, 1775-1777, 
and Massachusetts, 1780, and one rare bill of Nov., 
1776. (14) 

4057 Cotton, Rev. Seaborn, Minister to Hampton, son of 

Rev. John Cotton of Boston, a. /. s, i page 4® and ad- 
dress, **Hampton, Aug. 3, 1682," to his brother John. 

4058 Cotton, William, d. s. double folio, **Boston, Feb. 9, 

1668." A deed of land in Boston, to Jonathan Shrimp- 
ton, and signed also by Edward Rawson, Secretary, 
flfrancis Robinson and William Pearseson. Two good 
impressions of Cotton's seal. On vellum. 

4059 Cruikshank, George, English artist and caricaturist, 

autograph signature, 1 page oblong 8®, '*Oct. 3, 1866. *' 

4060 Davis, Judge John, Comptroller U. S. Treasury, the 

youngest member, and last survivor of the Convention 
to adopt the U. S. Constitution, a profound antiqua- 
rian, Pres. of the Mass. Hist. Soc, 18 18-1843, a. /. s, 
I page 4** and address, ** April 26, 1834, " to Thomas 
L. Winthrop. 

4061 Deane, Rev. Samuel, Minister of Falmouth, (Portland), 

Poet, gained for the best English ode on the death of 
George II., and the accession of George III., one of the 
six prizes awarded by Harv. Coll., MS. Sermon. 16 
pages 8^ **Dec. 26, 1874." 


4062 Deane, Silas, Diplomatist, agent for America in Europe 

during the Revolution, M. O. C, etc., a, I. s. 1 page 
4^ ** Wethersfield, Feb, 5, 1770." Describes the in- 
dignation and the efforts *'.... to make a stand here 
and if possible break thro, the nonimportation agreement 
. . . . " Also copy of a most indignant letter to John 
Hancock, upon the way in which he was being treated by 
the Congress. 

4063 Dickinson, John, Member of the Stamp Act Congress, 

1765, signer of the Articles of Confederation, member 
of the Annapolis and Constitutional Conventions, M. 
O. C, etc., a. /. s, 2 pages 4**, ** Philadelphia, * June 
22, 1769." 

4064 Doddridge, Dr. Philip, English nonconformist clergy- 

man and theologian, Auto. MS. 3 pages 8®, ** North- 
ampton, Feb. 21, 1747-8." A Sermon in short-hand 
** Of being brought into YeCovnt under the Rod." 

4065 Downing, Emanuel, Representative to the General 

Court from Salem, 1638-43, married Lucy, sister of 
Gov. John VVinthrop, a. I. s. 1 page 4°, and address, 
** Salem, 5th day morning, (endorsed,) 1641," to '* his 
verie loving cosen Mr. Peter at Boston." Wishing 
him a safe journey to England, etc. Presented to Mr. 
Deane by Mr. R. C. Winthrop, and printed in the Col- 
lections of the Mass. Hist. Soc, Vol. 6, (4th series), 
page 58. Very rare. 

4066 Dyer, Eliphalet, Member of the Stamp Act Congress, 

1765, M. O. C. , etc., a. I. s. 2 pages folio and address, 
** York-Town, Feb. 17, 1778," to William Williams, the 
Signer, and endorsed by him. **.... the distresses of 
our diminished army, the little prospects of Magazines 
being laid up sufficient for an Increase equal to our de- 
mands, fill me with much anxiety, the South States say 
you must not depend upon us, when we turn our eyes 
eastward they say we must not depend upon them. . . . 
You doubtless before this will hear various rumours of 
a Canada Expedition and may wonder among our many 
wants, we should undertake thiswild plan. The Truth is 
Genl. Gates had laid the plan and made every prepara- 
tion for Genl. Stark with a party under him .... 
to make an irruption into Canada, as his accounts were 
the Garrison at St. John and Chamble were very weak. 
.... We have just received a letter from Genl. 
Washington that a cartel is settled between him and 
Genl. How for a full exchange of Prisoners which will 
redeem all our privates and a great part of our Officers. 
. . . . " A very fine letter. 


4067 DwiGHT, Theodore, Jr., Author and journalist, a. L s. 

3 pages 4** and address, '* New York, Dec. 26, 1846," 
to Mr. Charles Deane, in regard to the authenticity of 
** Madame Knight's Journal." See Pro. Mass. Hist. 
Soc, Dec. 1877, pp. 386-8, where this letter is printed. 

4068 Elizabeth, Queen of England, d, s. i page oblong 

folio, n. d. Sign Manual to an Act of Parliament. On 
vellum. Rare. 

4069 Endecott, John, First Governor of Mass. -Bay, 1629, 

a. d. s. double folio, '* the sixteenth day of the ffourth 
moneth, 1656," an acknowledgement before him as 
Governor. Indenture, given and signed by Edward 
Tyng, Jr., Elder William Colburn, and Elder James 
Penn, to the Company of the Waterworks to lay and 
maintain a conduit ** in the street now called orknowne 
by the name of Conduit Street," (Dock Square). Signed 
also by Edward Rawson, secretary, and others. On 

4070 Franklin, Benjamin, Signer of the Declaration, Member 

of the Congress at Albany, 1754, and of the Constitu- 
tional Convention, M. O. C, etc., a. /. s. 1 page folio, 
'* Philadelphia, Dec. 19, 1763," to Mr. Ingersoll. Writ- 
ing as Postmaster General of America with Mr. Fox- 
croft, in regard to Mr. Holt, a local Postmaster who 
had fallen in debt to the office. 

4071 Free Church of Scotland. Fac-simile of ** Act of Sepa- 

ration and Deed of Demission executed at the meeting 
of the Assembly of The Free Church of Scotland, Held 
at Edinburgh, on the 23d of May, 1843." Signed by 
all the Protesting Ministers and Elders. A roll 8 
feet X 15 inches; — Other fac-similes of Increase Mather, 
Lord Byron, Bishop Samuel Seabury and others. (7) 

4072 Gage, Thomas, Commander in Chief of the British 

forces in America, Governor of Mass., etc., a. I. s. i 
page folio, ** New York, May 8, 1769," to Col. Brad- 

4073 George I., King of England, d. s. 2 pages folio, ** Court 

of St. James, May 9, 1719." Permission to the Duke 
of Bolton and Earl Stanhope to be absent from the 
realm. Signed also by James Craggs, Secretary of 
State. In fine condition, and rare. Beautiful impres- 
sion of the great seal. 

4074 George II., King of England, d. s. 2 pages folio, ** Court 

of St. James, Feb. 27, 1758." A warrant for the payment 
of money to a contractor, for supplying the army with 
bread, wood, etc. Signed also by the Duke of New- 
castle, and other officials. 


4075 GiBBS, Rev. Henry, Minister of Watertown, a, d. 4 pages 

8**, n. d., MS. Sermon, ** Behold now is the accepted 
time." Written in an almost microscopic hand, but 
perfectly legible. 

4076 Goodrich, Chauncey, Jurist and Statesman, member of 

the Hartford Convention, a. I. s. 2 pages 4**, '*New 
Haven, April 11, 1780," to Stephen R. Bradley, con- 
gratulating him upon the successful work which he had 
done, for the benefit of the future state of Vermont. 

4077 Gordon, Lord George, Member of Parliament, leader in 

the ** No Popery Riots," June, 1780, tried for high 
treason, etc., a. d. s. i page folio, ** June 18, 1785." 
A declaration before a Justice of the Peace that he con- 
siders his life in danger, in consequence of threatening 
letters which he has received from Ireland. Signed 
also by Robert Abington, the magistrate. The Gordon 
riots form much of the plot of Dickens* Barnaby Rudge. 

4078 Hallam, Henry, English historian, a. /. s. 2 pages 8', 

**Tunbridge Wells, Oct. 4, 184a," to the Master of 
Trinity College, Cambridge, regarding his son's enter- 
ing the college. Rare. 

4079 Hancock, John, President of Congress, Signer of the 

Declaration, and of the Articles of Confederation, 
Governor of Mass., etc., a. I. s. i page 4° and address 
franked, ** Boston, Dec. 19, 1770," to James Ahearn, 
on business. 

4080 Hazard, Ebenezer, United States Postmaster ^General, 

1782-89, a. I. s. I page 4°, *' New York, June 11, 
1789." A personal letter to Rev. Dr. Jedediah Morse. 

4081 Hazen, Moses, Brigadier General in the Revolution, 

a. I. s. 3 pages 4° and address, ** Fishkills, Feb. 5, 
1781," to Col. Timothy Bedel. **.... I hear noth- 
ing more of the Expedition which we wish to have 
undertaken. The Commotions in the army and that in 
the Pennsylvania line and the Jersey Troops are at 
length settled, the latter to the Hon' of our arms, I 
wish I could say as much for the former. The Com- 
mander in Chief is a going to Rhode Island in a few 
days, which is a good symptom — as the Marquis is to 
accompany him We have lately made a suc- 
cessful excursion on our Enemies Cantonments at New 
York. Taken near sixty prisoners, killed a number 
without much loss, we are Impatient to hear from 
Europe in order to Determine whether it will be 
peace or War many politicians Depend on the former.'* 


4082 Henry VII., King of England, d, s. oblong folio, ** Given 

at our Manour of Holymount, March 6, 1506**, signed 
also by Edmond Dudley. On vellum. 

4083 Henry VIII., King of England, /. j. i page oblong 

folio, and address, ** Nov. 17, 1533," to Sir William 
Breton, appointing William Davenport, as Sheriff of 
Chester. Upon paper bearing watermark of a crowned 
hand, (1468). See ** Historical Documents, Scott & 
Davy," page 5, of Watermarks. Rare. 

4084 Houston, William Churchill, Member of the Annapolis 

and Constitutional Conventions, M. O. C, etc., /. s. 2 
pages 4^, **In Committee of Foreign Afifairs, Phila., 
July II, 1780,'* to John Jay, inclosing a Resolve of 
Congress, appointing Henry Laurens to solicit a Loan 
from the Low Countries. Signed also by James Lovell, 
M. O. C. 

4085 Hutchinson, Thomas, Colonial Governor of Mass., 

1769, et seq., member of the Congress at Albany, 1754, 
d. s. double folio, ** Boston, Oct. 2, 1772, "signed 
also by John Cotton, Secretary, and Clerk of the 
Stamp Act Congress, 1765. Rare engraved military 
Commission to Edward Dean of Taunton. Backed. 

4086 James I., King of England, (James VI. of Scotland), /. s. 

I page folio and address, ** June 8, 1616," to Thomas 
Egerton, (Lord Ellesmere), Lord Chancellor of Eng- 
land. Appointing Sir John Dachombe as Chancellor 
of Lancaster. In perfect condition, with beautiful im- 
pression of the seal, and fine watermark. Rare. 

4087 Jay, John, President of Congress, one of the Signers of 

the Treaty of Peace, Sept. 3, 1783, first Chief Justice 
of the U. S., etc., /. s. i page folio, ** March 31, 
1785," to the Governor of Massachusetts. **.... 
Your Excellency will perceive from these papers that 
the Bishops of Denmark will confer holy Orders on 
American Candidates without any Tests, which, (like 
those insisted on in Engiand), would be improper for 
Americans to comply with " 

4088 Jay, John, a. I. s. i page 4° and address, *' Bedford, 

April 28, 1805," to Goldsborow Baneyar. A personal 
and familiar letter. 

4089 Johnson, Sir William, Commander of the Crown Point 

expedition, Superintendent of Indian affairs, member of 
the Albany Congress, 1754, etc., a, L s. 2 pages 4*, 
'* Johnson Hall, Oct. 27, 1773." A business letter. 


4090 Jefferson, Thomas, Signer of the Declaration, M. O. C, 

President of the United States, etc., a. I. s. i page 
4°, ** Monticello, June 15, 1815," to President James 
Madison, asking for the appointment of an Indian agent. 
** . . . . Monroe is with us, and his daughter Mrs. 

Hay extremely ill Bonaparte, unprincipled 

as he is, is at length placed in a situation to claim all 
our prayers against the enterprises meditated on the in- 
dependence of his nation " 

4091 Lafayette, Gilbert Motier, Marquis de. Major General 

in the American Revolution, etc., a, I. in 3rd person, i 
page 4° and address, ** August 1, 1828," to Mr. Petit de 
Villes, inclosing him a ticket for the meeting on the 
following day. 

4092 Lincoln, Levi, Jr., Governor of Massachusetts, 1825, et 

seq., a, I. s. i page 4° and address, ** Worcester, Feb. 
14, 1820," on legal matters. 

4093 Livingston, Philip, Member of the Stamp Act Congress, 

1765, Signer of the Declaration, M. O. C., etc., a, L s, 
I page folio, ** New York, Sept. 2, 1751," a business 
letter. **.... Mr. Bryan is dead and did during 
his Life act the part of an honest man with me as far 
as he was able. But 1 cannot say so much for Mr. 
Clarke who makes no bones to make promises without 
any design to perform. I desire you to see him with- 
out delay " Very rare. 

4094 Louis XIV., King of France, d. s. i page large folio, 

** Fontainebleau, Sept. 25, 1694." Military route for 
some soldier from Hasnault to Paris. 

4095 Louis XVI., King of France, d, s, i page large folio, 

** Paris, May i, 1791." An order to the Treasurer 
General of the civil list, to pay to the Abbd Caussin, his 
salary as Chaplain of Marley. Signed also by the 
Minister Laporte, who was afterwards guillotined. 

4096 Lyon, Col. Matthew, Politician, founder of Fairhaven, 

Vt., M. C, opponent of Roger Griswold, gave the vote 
which made Jefferson president, etc., a. I. s. i page 
folio and address, ** Fairhaven, May 2, 1789," to Col. 
Ira Allen, on business. 

4097 Mackenzie, Henry, Scotch lawyer and novelist, author 

of ** The Man of Feeling, " etc., a. I. s, 2 pages 4® and 
address, ** Edinburgh, Jan. 11, 1783, " to Cadell the 
publisher, regarding Mrs, Yates's acting of a new play, 
and the chance of Mr. Harris producing it at Covent 
Garden Theatre. Torn, but repaired. 


4098 Malone, Edmund, Irish critic and Shakesperian writer, 

a. I. s. 2 pages 8^ •* Aug. 20, 1810, " in relation to his 
Essay on Ford. '*.... I took much pains on this sub- 
ject about a year ago, and conceive that I am quite im- 
pregnable. I defy even Buonaparte and all his Myrmi- 
dons to make the least impression on my fortification. 
. . . "; — Dr. Nathan Drake, English physician and 
essayist, a. /. s. 2 pages 8°, **Hadleigh, Dec. 31, 
1825." (2) 

4099 Mather, Rev. Dr. Increase, President of Harvard Col- 

lege, Minister of the North Church, Boston, the first 
person to receive the degree of D. D. in America, a. d, s. 
I page 8**, *'Aug. 13, 1713. " A list of marriages; 
also a. d. 1-2 page oblong 8*^. Memo. Rare. (2) 

4100 Miscellaneous Letters, 4^ and folio, 1813-1840, some 

of them written to W. Deane; and three documents, 

1733-1799- (11) 

4101 Monmouth, James Scott, Duke of, Son of Charles II. of 

England, leader of ** Monmouth's rebellion," 1685, 
executed July 15, of the same year, /. y. i page folio 
and address, ** Whitehall, Oct. 18," with seal. To 
Sir Richard Bulstrode. '*.... I have acquainted his 
majesty with yours, who is pleased to promise that you 
shall deliver his compliments to the Governor there upon 
the peace .... As to the Bread it was Pereira's agree- 
ment with me att Bruxelles that he would aske no more 
for what hee should furnish, than what should bee con- 
tracted for here. ..." Written probably while Com- 
mander-in-Chief, and before the Peace of Nimeguen. In 
perfect condition, and very rare. 

4102 Moody, Rev. Silas, Minister of the Congregational 

Church at Arundel, Maine, 1771-1816. MS. Sermons, 
8°, 1770-1815. (6) 

4103 Nottingham, Charles Howard, Earl of, Lord High Ad- 

miral of England, commanded the fleet against the 
Armada, /. s. i page folio and address, '* Richmond, 
Jan. 13, 1599. The Privie Councell for allowance of 
His petition to Arthur Gregory as Engineer for ye for- 
tifications at Ventnor Castle. " Signed also by Sir John 
Popham, Thomas Egerton, (Lord Ellesmere), Lord 
Buckhurst, Robert Cecil, (Lord Salisbury), and others, 
members of the Council. 

4104 Oliver, Andrew, Secretary of the Province of Mass., 

Lieut. Governor, and Stamp master, a. /. s. i page 4® 
and address, ** Boston, July 20, 1767, to Jared Inger-: 
30II, on law business. 


4105 Oath of Allegiance, Small broadside, i page 4°, ** Feb. 

1685, on solemn oath, before Almighty God, 

did abjure and renounce the late Traiterous Apologeti- 
cal Declaration, in so far as it declares War against His 
Majesty, and asserts that it is lawful to kill such as 
serve His Majesty in Church, State, Army, or Countrey, 
conform to His Majesties late Proclamation of the thir- 
tieth day of December last The ink in which 

the names were written has entirely faded out. 

4106 Oliver, Robert Dudley, English naval officer in the war 

of 1812, /. s. I page folio, •* H. M. Ship Valiant, Off 
New London, Dec. 2, 1813, " to Henry Gahm, Swedish 
Consul at New York. Announcing that by order of Sir 
John Borlase Warren, Long Island Sound is in a state 
of Blockade. 

4107 Parsons, Theophilus, Chief Justice of Massachusetts, 

Attorney General of the U. S., a. d, i page 4**, authen- 
ticated by a note from his son, Judge Parsons. The 
MS. is upon the reverse of a, L s. 3 pages 4** , ** Mar- 
blehead, Jan. 10, 1804, " of Chief Justice Samuel Sewall, 
in regard to the drafting of a new bill on the descent, 
etc., of Intestate estates; Ch. Justice Parsons' MS. re- 
ferring to the same subject. 

4108 Perkins, James, Loyalist, addresser of Hutchinson, and 

of Gage, and a protester against the Whigs, arrested, 
April, 1776, by order of the Council; his residence was 
on the ground where the Tremont Building now stands, 
a, I. s. 6 pages 4° and address, ** Halifax, Aug. 2, 
1776, " to. Gardiner Greene. Most interesting letter 
giving details of the movements of the British troops, 
the loyalists, etc. **.... every day may bring forth 
something new where War rages. You undoubtedly en- 
quire how I came here, I will tell you. About the mid- 
dle of March past, Genl. Howe with his army consisting 
of about 7 or 8000 men with women and children. In- 
habitants of Boston, Refugees from the Country, etc., 

quitted the Town of Boston & came down to 

this Hole I blame no one, for the Devil himself 

couldn't think to see the present unhappy War increase 

to so great a Height in so short a Time Half of 

Boston is now in England, and they tell me that the 
Bostonians are so thick about the streets of London 
that it is imagined Selectmen, Wardens, etc., will be 
chosen there according to the old Bostonian method. 
. . . . " Printed in the Proceedings of the Mass. 
Hist. Soc, for June, 1873. 


4109 Peale, Rembrandt, Artist, son of Charles W. Peale, 

painted from life a portrait of Washington, 1795, ^- ^- '^* 
I page 8°, '*Bost., Dec. 4, 1859, " to Frederick Kidder. 

41 10 Peters, Rev. Samuel, D. D., Celebrated clergyman, and 

loyalist, elected Bishop of Vermont, but not consecrated, 
author of ** History of Conn., " 1781, a. I. s. 3 pages 
4® and address, ** London, June 28, 1795, " to Col. Ira 
Allen, on business matters. 

41 1 1 Plymouth, England. Impression of the Seal of the 

Corporation of Plymouth; given Mr. Deane by James 
P. Baxter, of Portland, Maine, 1882. 

41 12 PoPHAM, Sir John, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, 

England, 1591, et seq., /. s. i page folio, ** Court at 
Richmonde, Oct. 9, 1601. " Signed also by Lords Not- 
tingham, Ellesmere, Buckhurst, Salisbury and Stanhope, 
and others, members of the Privy Council. An order 
to the Lord Treasurer to pay for the provisioning of the 
army, etc. 

41 13 PowNALL, Thomas, Colonial Governor of Massachusetts, 

1757, and of South Carolina, 1760, a. I. s. 1 page 4° 
and address, *' Richmond, Jan. 17, 1781, " to Joseph 
Sharpe, on legal business. 

41 14 Prince, Rev. Thomas, Minister of the Old South Church, 

Boston, 1718, etseq.j author of ** Annals, " etc., a, L s. 
I page 4°, Jan. 30, 1744-5, ** to Rev. Charles Chauncy, 
Minister of the First Church, Boston. The paper con- 
tains also an a. /. s. of Chauncy to Prince, and a second 
letter of Prince in reply. The correspondence, all re- 
ferring to Mr. Whitefield's preaching in Boston, Mr. 
Chauncy being bitterly opposed to him, having in 1742, 
published ** Discourse on Enthusiasm," directed against 
him. This correspondence, (three letters on one sheet), 
is printed in the Mass. Hist. Soc, Collections, Vol. 2, 
4th Series, pp. 238-9. Very interesting and very rare. 

41 15 Prospectuses, of the publication of ** Hubbard's His- 

tory of New England, " of ** Historical Collections,'' and 
of ** Hutchinson's History, " each a printed broadside 
of I page folio, 1814-1827. (3) 

4116 Quick, Rev. John, English clergyman, and friend of Dr. 

Benjamin Colman, a, /. s. 2 pages 4** and address, 
** Sydenham, in Kent, July 11, 1701, " to Dr. Colman. 
See N. E. Hist. Gen. Register, Vol. III. pp. 109-115. 

411 7 QuiNCV, Josiah, Jr., Orator and patriot of the Revolu- 

tion, a. d. I page 4°. Aut. address of letter; authenti- 
cated by Robert Gilmor, to whom it was sent by Miss 


41 18 Rees, Rev. Abraham, D. D., English Unitarian minister, 

editor of *' Cyclopaedia, " 1803-19, a. l. s. i page 4** 
and address, ** Clifton Wood, June 28, 1823, '* to Rev. 
Mr. Lowell. 

41 19 Robinson, Col. Beverley, Major under Wolfe at the 

storming of Quebec, Col. of the Loyal American Regi- 
ment, his house was Arnold's Headquarters at the time 
of the treason, a. /. s. 1 page 4® and address, ** New 
York, Sept. 29, 1766, " to Jared Ingersoll, on law busi- 

4120 Rush, Richard, Statesman and diplomatist, Cabinet offi- 

cer, a, I. s. 3 pages 4**, **Washington, Aug. 12, 1815, " 
to President Madison. A personal letter, sending him 
the ** last Edinburgh Review. " 

41 2 1 St. Pierre, Jacques Henri Bernardin de, French novel- 

ist, author of ** Paul and Virginia, " a. d. 2 pages fo- 
lio, ** Notes on Natural History. " Authenticated by 
the celebrated Louis Aim^ Martin, French educational 

4122 Scott, Sir Walter, British novelist and poet, a, I. s. 1 

page 4** and address, ** Edinburgh, Feb. 2, 1826, " in 
regard to accounts owed. **....! should wish the 
smaller debts and poorer people settled with if possible. 
.... I am happy to say Woodstock advances so well 
that if God Grant me life, health and spirits it will be 

on the counters even in the end of February 

Lady Scott has agreed to make no more accompts. . . . " 

4123 Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, English statesman, orator 

and dramatist, a. I. s, (initials), i page 4° and address 
franked, 1806, to Richard Wilson; — also/, s. i page 4** 
and address, ** Nov. 25, 1806. '* An election circular. 


4124 Sherman, Roger, Signer of the Declaration, and of the 

articles of Confederation, M. O. C, etc., a, d, 2 pages 
4®, ** Philadelphia, Nov. 13, 1775. " James Dean's In- 
formation "; — Robert Morris, Signer of the Declara- 
tion, and of the Articles of Confederation, member of 
the Annapolis and Constitutional Conventions, M. O. 
C, etc., /. s. portion of, 1-2 page 4®, ** Sept. 15, 
1783, " signed also by Thomas Willing, M. O. C. An 
official notice of the admission of a new member to the 
firm of ** Willing and Morris." (2) 

4125 Sherman, Roger, a. d, 5 pages 4**, *'June 13, 1787, 

Report of the Committee. '* The Report consists of 
nineteen Articles upon the establishment of the legisla- 
tive branch of the U. S. Government. See Madison 
Papers, pp. 73^-35» and 858-61. 


4126 SiDDONS, Harriet, English writer, a. /. s, 5 pages 8** 

and address, ** Edinburgh, July 23, 1833," to the 
Duchess of St. Albans, asking aid for a worthy object 
of charity. 

4127 Smith, William, Jr., Chief Justice of New York, loyalist 

in the Revolution, Chief Justice of Canada, 1786. Au- 
thor of ** Hist, of New York," a. L s. 2 pages 4°, ** New 
York, Aug. 29, 1767," to Jared IngersoU. **.... 
England is in great wrath, our Legislature to be sus- 
pended, a Board of Revenues established for this 
country, and an independent support to be provided for 
the Government and administration of Justice. I am 
not afraid of their Principles, (the affairs of Taxation 
excepted) but I am of their Passion, and that our mu- 
tual Bickerings will teach us to hate each other, and so 
hasten a Day which neither you nor I wish to see. 


4128 Stiles, Rev. Ezra, D. D., Clergyman and scholar, Presi- 

dent of Yale College, 1778, et seq., a. L s. 1 page folio 
and address, " Newport, June 23, 1756," to Jared In- 
gersoU, on the subject of Free Masonry. Rare. 

4129 Stilson, James, </. s. double folio, ** Newcastle, March 

27, 1733." A deed of land on the Muscongus River near 
Pemaquid, to Samuel Waldo. Signed also by Philip 
Carteret, Stephen Minot, Joseph Moody, and John Bal- 
lantine. On vellum. 

4130 Thacher, George, Judge, M. O. C, etc., a. I. s. 3 pages 

folio and address, ** Biddeford, Aug. 24, 1817, " to 
Messrs. Waterston and Pray, on business matters. 

4131 Thoms, William John, English antiquary and author 

founder and editor of '* Notes and Queries," /. s. 2 
pages 4** and addre.<;s, ** Westminster, April 22, 1839," 
to T. Crofton Croker. 

4132 Trumbull, Jonathan, d. s. i page folio, ** Lebanon, 

Jan. 18, 1776." A Proclamation. **.... Whereas 
I have authentic Intelligence that the army under the 
command of the late Gen. Montgomery has been re- 
pulsed in attempting to dispossess the Enemies of Am- 
erican Liberty, of the City of Quebeck, the General 
slain, with several of the officers and soldiers, and a 
number taken Prisoners, whereby re-inforcements are 
become indispensibly necessary in order to maintain the 

advantages already gained in that country 

I have thought it necessary that at least one Regiment 
of Foot Sh'od be raised by voluntary inlistment in this 

Colony, etc " The whole document in the 

hand writing of William Williams, the Signer. 


4133 Trumbull, Jonathan, Colonial Governor of Connecticut, 

and the one who espoused the cause of the people, a. /. s. 
2 pages folio, ** Lebanon, April 14, 1757, "to the *' Com- 
mittee of the Pay Table, at Hartford," giving an ac- 
count of arms for the nth Company in Col. Phinehas 
Lyman's Regiment, for the next campaign. 

4134 Vernon, James, English officer, a. I. s. 1 page 4** and 

address, '* Whitehall, Veb, 20," circa 1678-9, to the 
Chevalier Bulstrode, British Minister at Brussels. 
*'.... 1 have spoke to my Lord Duke (Monmouth) 
about some consideration for the paines you have taken 
about the forces, which no doubt hath been extraordin- 
ary and expensive too, and his Grace .... hath 
promised to speak to the King upon that point. 


4135 Walpole, Sir Robert, afterwards Earl of Orford, Eng- 

lish Statesman, Chancellor of the exchequer, etc., d. s. 
portion of, i page 4**, *• Whitehall Treasury Chambers, 
June 5, 1710." Signed also by Lord Godolphin, Sir 
Stephen Fox and others. 

4136 Walsingham, Sir Francis, English statesman and diplo- 

matist. Secretary of State, 1573, etc., d. s. portion of, 
1-2 page 4°. Rare. 

4137 Warren, James, President of the Provincial Congress of 

Mass. Bay, 1775. Military Commission to William 
Henshaw, signed also by Sam'l Freeman; — Benjamin 
Banneker, Negro astronomer, a, I. s. 3 pages folio, 
** Aug. 19, 1791," to Thomas Jefferson; — Diploma from 
the University of Edinburgh, Oct. 17, 1785," to Gover- 
nor James Bowdoin. Fac-similes. (3) 

4138 Washington, Gen. George, First President of the U. S., 

etc., a. I. s. I page 4°, ** New York, June 4, 1790." 
Very good signature. 

4139 Washington, Gen. George, d:. d. s. 1-2 page oblong 8°, 

** Mount Vernon, Oct. 17, 1798." Autograph check 
for $129.60, on the United States Bank; with two 
letters from Robert Spring, of Baltimore, giving its 

4140 Washington, Mrs. Martha, Wife of Gen. Washington, 

a. I. in 3rd person 1-2 page oblong 8°, (a slip), and ad- 
dress, n. d., to Mr. Foster, a store keeper in Alexandria. 
Wishing to know **the price of needles by the thou- 
sand," etc., with a note of Mr. Deane in regard to it. 

4141 Webster, Noah, Lexicographer, a. l. s. i page 4** and 

address, ** Philadelphia, Nov. 25, 1803," to Isaac Beers, 
on business. 


4142 Webster, Daniel, Statesman and orator, a, I. s. 3 pages 

4® and address, franked, ** Washington, March 2, 1825, 
to James Madison. **. . . . You will be pleased to 
learn that the Bill for re-funding to Va., the sums paid 
by her for interest on money borrowed for the use of 
the U. S. having passed the H. R., passed the Senate 
also last evening. I concurred in this measure very 
cheerfully regarding the claim as just in itself, and ap- 
proving the wise and generous use to which the fund is 
destined " 

4143 Wheatley, Nathaniel, Son of Mr. John Wheatley, the 

master of Phillis Wheatley, /. s, 1 page 4° and ad- 
dress, ** Boston, Nov. 12, 1770," to Mr. William Chan- 
ning of Providence. The letter is in the hand writing 
of Phillis Wheatley. 

4144 Wheatley, Phillis, Negro poetess, her poems published 

in London, 1773, a. I. s. 2 pages folio, ** Boston, May 
19, 1772," to Arbour Tanner of Newport. **.... 
let us rejoice in and adore the wonders of God's infinite 
Love in bringing us from a land semblant of darkness 
itself, and where the divine light of revelation (being 
obscured) is as darkness. Here the knowledge of the 
true God and eternal life are made manifest. But there 

profound ignorance overshadows the Land " 

Printed in Mass. Hist. Soc. Proceedings, Nov. 1863, pp. 
273-4- Very rare. 

4145 Wheelock, Rev. Eleazer, Founder and first President 

of Dartmouth College, a. l. s. 3 pages 4°, '* Lebanon, 
Aug. I, 1766," to Jared Ingersoll. **.... I need 
not inform you that the school yet continues, and is 
flourishing under the smiles of Heaven and that four 
Missionaries, and seven School Masters, are at present 
imployed in the Indian Country, and they as well as the 
school, supported only by the charitable Donations 
which have been put into my Hands for that Purpose 
and without any settled Fund. And a wider Door than 
ever is opened, and seems still to be opening for the 
Progress of the grand Design in view. ..." Printed 
in Geneal. Register, July, 1848. 

4146 Wheelock, John, Second President of Dartmouth Col- 

lege, and son of Rev. Eleazer a. I. s. 2 pages 4° and 
address, ** Dartmouth College, July 7, 1791," to Col. 
Ira Allen. Concerning three students of the College, 
who have left without leave, and are therefore to be 

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4147 Wheelwright, Rev. John, Minister of the Church at 

Braintree, but banished from the Colony, founder 
of the town of Exeter, and later of Wells, Maine, etc., 
a.d. s. I page 4**, " Salisbury, April 15, 1668." A de- 
position in regard to the lands purchased from the 
Indians, ** when I with others first came to sit downe 

at Exeter, etc " Signed also by Edward 

Colcord, Samuel Dudley, and Thomas Bradbury. Very 

4148 Williams, William, Signer of the Declaration, M. O. C, 

etc., tf. /. 3 pages folio, ** Lebanon, June 12, 1759," 
to Dr. Porter. Draft of a very curious and confidential 
letter, in which he requests Dr. Porter to tell him, or 
to discover for him, the character of a young lady in 
whom he is very much interested; — also an a, /. s. 3 
pages 8*^, of J. Hammond Trumbull to Mr. Deane in re- 
gard to the letter. 

4149 WiNSLOW, Edward, Governor of Plymouth Colony, 1633, 

et seq., oneof the passengers of the **Mayflower," a, L s. 
I page 4°, '* Cambridge, this last of Aug., 1644," to 
Mr. Bradford and Mr. Prence, in regard to the treaty 
and contract with Mr. Latour, for recompense for loss 
and wrong Mat achabignatus, by M. D'Alney, etc. 
Printed in Mass. Hist. Soc. Proceedings, March, 1878. 
p. III. Very rare. 

4150 WiNTHROP, John, Colonial Governor of Mass. Bay, 1629, 

ct seq., a. I. s. i page 4**, and address, ** Feb. ir, 
16129, " to ** my very loving wife .... at Groton. " 
Printed in Life and Letters, Vol. i, p. 374; very rare, 
particularly in this form; — also a. L s. i page 8**, 1880, 
of Robert C. Winthrop, presenting the letter to Mr. 

4151 Winthrop, John, a. d. s. i page oblong 8°, '* May 26, 

1647, " signed also by Edward Rawson, Secretary. Au 
order of the General Court. See Mass. Col., Rec. Vol. 
IL p. 194. Very rare. 

4152 Winchester, William Paulet, Marquis of, Distinguished 

English statesman. Lord High Treasurer, 1551, et seq., 
d. s. I page folio, **July i, 1560" ; — signed also by 
Sir Walter Mildmay, Chancellor of the Exchequer, and 
Sir Richard Sackville, father of Lord Buckhurst. 

4153 Witherspoon, Rev. John, D. D., Signer of the Declara- 

tion, President of Princeton College, M. O. C, etc., 
a. l. s. I page 4**, ** Princeton, Dec. 26, 1774, '*to Jared 
Ingersoll, on business. 

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